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Vandalism to Okanagan Milfoil Machine Puts Breaks on Weed Control Efforts

Kelowna, B.C. – With only weeks left to rototill milfoil in Osoyoos Lake before winter freeze-up, vandalism and theft from one of the Okanagan Basin Water Board’s (OBWB) machines has effectively stopped efforts to control the invasive weed in the

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Milfoil control derailed in Osoyoos because of theft and vandalism

Penticton Western News – November 19, 2014 Vandalism and theft has stopped milfoil control efforts in Osoyoos Lake. With only weeks left to rototill milfoil in Osoyoos Lake before winter freeze-up, the theft of specialized equipment and vandalism of the

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Okanagan Weed Control Delayed Due to Vandalism

Kelowna Now – November 19, 2014 Efforts to effectively control an invasive weed in a South Okanagan Lake are at a standstill after vandalism and theft from one of the Okanagan Basin Water Board’s machines. According to OBWB, their rototiller

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Vandalism delays Osoyoos Lake weed control

Global Okanagan – November 19, 2014 Vandalism and theft from one of the Okanagan Basin Water Board’s (OBWB) machines has effectively stopped efforts to control the invasive milfoil weed in Osoyoos Lake.  

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