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Okanagan Residents Urged to Reduce Water Consumption

Global Okanagan – September 5, 2014 It’s something we all need and all use but not all of us make efforts to protect it. As it plans for the future, the Okanagan Basin water board says it’s more important than

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Blinking buoys bring backlash

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Water evaporation study underway

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Evaporation levels of Okanagan Lake being monitored.

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Evaporation Experiment in Okanagan Lake

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