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Mayors get waterwise

Castanet – May 20, 2018 Mayors from around the Okanagan have taken the pledge to get WaterWise. The annual “Make Water Work” program from the Okanagan Basin Water Board seeks buy-in from residents up and down the valley to conserve

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Pledging to Make Water Work

Kelowna Capital News – May 17, 2018 The Okanagan Basin Water Board kicked off its annual region-wide Make Water Work campaign stressing the need to plan for the possibility of drought this year, despite the current talk of flooding. “It

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