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Okanagan water grants aim to conserve and improve water quality in face of climate change

Kelowna, B.C. – The Okanagan Basin Water Board (OBWB) has approved more than $318,000 in funding to 17 projects that will help conserve and protect water in the valley while addressing the larger issues of climate change. Directors approved the

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Okanagan Water Board announces major change to grant program

Kelowna, B.C. – The Okanagan Basin Water Board (OBWB) is now accepting applications to its revamped 2019 Water Conservation and Quality Improvement (WCQI) Grant Program. This is the 14th year of the program which has provided more than $4.1 million

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Okanagan water projects get funds to move ahead

Kelowna, B.C. – The Okanagan Basin Water Board (OBWB) has approved $300,000 in funding to 18 projects to help conserve and improve the quality of water in the valley. Directors approved the Water Conservation and Quality Improvement (WCQI) grants at

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$300K for water quality

Castanet – April 19, 2018 The Okanagan Basin Water Board will dole out $300,000 for projects to conserve and improve water quality across the Okanagan Valley. More than half of the grants ($185,442) will go towards 10 projects in the

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Valley water projects receive $300,000 in funding

Kelowna Daily Courier – April 17, 2018 Eighteen projects designed to improve water quality in the Okanagan have been awarded $300,000 in taxpayer funding. In Kelowna, one of the initiatives aims to return long sections of Mission Creek to a

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Okanagan Basin water projects funded

Kelowna Capital News – April 17, 2018 The Okanagan Basin Water Board has approved $300,000 in funding to 18 projects to help conserve and improve the quality of water in the valley. The water board directors approved the Water Conservation

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Okanagan Water Board annual grant program focuses on floods, drought

Kelowna, B.C. – The Okanagan Basin Water Board (OBWB) is now accepting applications to its 2018 Water Conservation and Quality Improvement (WCQI) Grant Program. This is the 13th year for the program, providing $300,000 to water projects in the Okanagan.

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17 projects approved to conserve and improve Okanagan Valley water

Kelowna Now – April 15, 2017 Water quality in the Okanagan Valley could be about to improve. The news comes following an announcement from The Okanagan Basin Water Board (OBWB) last week that they approved $300,000 in funding for 17

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Water quality improving

Castanet – April 15, 2017 The Okanagan Basin Water Board (OBWB) has approved $300,000 in funding to 17 projects that will help conserve and improve the quality of water in the valley. “This year we saw a lot of very

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Okanagan Water Board announces funding for conservation projects

InfoNews.ca – April 14, 2017 Kelowna, B.C. – The Okanagan Basin Water Board (OBWB) has approved $300,000 in funding to 17 projects that will help conserve and improve the quality of water in the valley.  Directors approved the Water Conservation

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Okanagan Water Board announces funding for projects to conserve and improve valley water

Kelowna, B.C. – The Okanagan Basin Water Board (OBWB) has approved $300,000 in funding to 17 projects that will help conserve and improve the quality of water in the valley.  Directors approved the Water Conservation and Quality Improvement (WCQI) Grants

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$300,000 to improve Okanagan water sources

OkanaganLife – April 7, 2017 The Okanagan Basin Water Board has approved $300,000 in funding to 17 projects that will help conserve and improve the quality of water in the Okanagan Valley. “This year we saw a lot of very

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OBWB again offering grants for water conservation and quality improvement projects in Okanagan

November 23, 2016 – Osoyoos Times Do you have a project idea that will conserve or improve water quality in the Okanagan Valley and benefit the valley as a whole? The Okanagan Basin Water Board (OBWB) is now accepting applications

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Okanagan Water Board opens door on water conservation & quality improvement program

Have a project idea that will conserve or improve water quality in the Okanagan and benefit the valley as a whole, recognizing we are all part of ‘One valley. One water.’? The Okanagan Basin Water Board is now accepting applications

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Okanagan Water Board provides $300,000 in grants to fund upcoming projects

April 7, 2016 – Kelowna Now Water improvement projects in the Okanagan Valley can now get underway thanks to $300,000 in funding from the Okanagan Basin Water Board (OBWB). The Okanagan Basin Water Board (OBWB) has awarded funding to 18

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