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17 projects approved to conserve and improve Okanagan Valley water

Kelowna Now – April 15, 2017 Water quality in the Okanagan Valley could be about to improve. The news comes following an announcement from The Okanagan Basin Water Board (OBWB) last week that they approved $300,000 in funding for 17

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Water quality improving

Castanet – April 15, 2017 The Okanagan Basin Water Board (OBWB) has approved $300,000 in funding to 17 projects that will help conserve and improve the quality of water in the valley. “This year we saw a lot of very

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$300,000 to improve Okanagan water sources

OkanaganLife – April 7, 2017 The Okanagan Basin Water Board has approved $300,000 in funding to 17 projects that will help conserve and improve the quality of water in the Okanagan Valley. “This year we saw a lot of very

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Who’s Watching The Water?

Have you ever wondered who monitors the quality of water in the Okanagan? Visit our new Water Quality Monitoring page to find out. Download real-time data sets, explore interactive indicator maps, and follow links to websites and reports on water

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Water Quality Monitoring

Overview of Okanagan Water Quality Studies and Monitoring There are many agencies and groups who monitor water quality in the Okanagan. This list isn’t exhaustive, but provides links to websites and reports on water quality information. Okanagan Lake Collaborative Monitoring


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Cosens Bay water monitored

Vernon Morningstar – April 4, 2014 Officials want to get a better sense of what’s happening in the water offshore from Cosens Bay. The Regional District of North Okanagan has received $9,700 from the Okanagan Basin Water Board for water

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Study To Check Kal Lake Water Quality

KissFM – Vernon Local government is looking at a study into water quality in the Cosens Bay area of Kalamalka Lake. Regional District of North Okanagan staff want to find out if there’s any impact from septic systems from the

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Water Quality

See also Protection of Drinking Water Sources A Common Approach to Drinking Water Improvements for the Okanagan 4-3-2-1-0 Drinking Water Objective Inter-Agency Memorandum of Understanding for Accountability and Coordination on Drinking Water Protection Water Quality Objectives for Okanagan Lake: A


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