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Airplane crash delays Okanagan Valley aerial mapping project

Vernon Morning Star – October 17, 2018 A tragic airplane crash this summer has delayed completion of an aerial geography mapping project for the Okanagan Valley. The Okanagan Basin Water Board had enlisted a radar technology tool called LiDAR to

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Feds, B.C. provide funds to help Okanagan map its floodplains

Osoyoos Times – April 17, 2018 The Okanagan is receiving $1.45 million in federal and provincial funding to conduct floodplain mapping. The funds were announced last week at a joint news conference in Kelowna with the Okanagan Basin Water Board

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Okanagan valley receives $1.45 million for floodplain mapping

Kelowna, B.C. – The Okanagan Basin Water Board (OBWB) held a joint news conference with provincial, Okanagan Nation Alliance and local government representatives today to announce significant funding and a unique partnership to help valley communities plan and prepare for

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Okanagan Basin Water Board Receives $1.45 million for floodplain mapping

Kelowna Capital News – April 10, 2018 The Okanagan Basin Water Board will enlist a radar technology tool to help valley communities plan and prepare for future flood events. The technology is called LiDAR and it creates digital three-dimensional aerial

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