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Drought level raised in the Okanagan as rain remains scarce – August 24, 2018 With seemingly interminable smoke swirling through the air, it’s easy to ignore the increase to the Okanagan region drought rating issued today by the provincial government but do so at your own risk. “It’s all

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Slow it. Spread it. Sink it!

With residential outdoor water use at 24% in the Okanagan, our yard is the place where we can have the biggest impact on our water supply. The Slow it. Spread it. Sink it! An Okanagan Homeowner’s Guide to Using Rain

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Slow it. Spread it. Sink it!

Slow it. Spread it. Sink it! An Okanagan Homeowner’s Guide to Using Rain as a Resource is an easy-to-use guidebook that helps you capture and re-use water that falls on your property. There are many reasons for collecting and using

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Rain as a resource

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