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Okanagan mayors trade gavel for gardening gloves & encourage water conservation

Kelowna, B.C. – As Okanagan communities deal with flooding and record-breaking temperatures, and as talk turns to the possibility of another drought this year, the valley’s mayors gathered today at the UnH20 Gardens to talk water conservation. The gathering comes

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Warm spring, early fire season, prompts Okanagan mayors to gather & urge water conservation

Kelowna, B.C. – On the heels of last summer’s extreme drought, and with the possibility of another one this summer, valley mayors gathered this morning to challenge each other and their residents to conserve water in what is known as

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Okanagan mayors challenge each other and residents to “Make Water Work” this summer

Kelowna, B.C. – With the heat of summer upon us, and looking at the stats for water use in the Okanagan, this valley’s mayors and councillors are asking residents to “Take the Pledge to MAKE WATER WORK” this season. Make

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