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Council Presentation – October 12, 2017

Sockeye salmon repatriation leads to population re-establishment and rapid introgression with native kokanee

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Economic Analysis in the Okanagan Basin

The Importance and Value of an Unchannelized Section of the Okanagan River The Okanagan Basin Water Board (OBWB) and the Okanagan Nation Alliance (ONA) have partnered in an effort to demonstrate the importance of a natural section of the Okanagan

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Water protection benefits returning sockeye

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Returning sockeye need water too

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Remember…sockeye returning home need water too

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Sockeye salmon coming back to the Okanagan

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