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Missed our latest Water Supply webinar?

The Okanagan Basin Water Board hosted an Okanagan Water Supply Webinar on May 8, to review the current and forecasted water supply for 2018 in the valley. Updates from: đź’§Environment Canada – Doug Lundquist đź’§BC River Forecast Centre – Dave

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Missed our Water Supply Webinar?

The Okanagan Basin Water Board hosted an Okanagan Water Supply Webinar on April 16, to review the current and forecasted water supply for 2018 in the valley. Updates were provided by the International Osoyoos Lake Board of Control, the BC

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Water supply top of mind

April 10, 2018 – Castanet As the region prepares for the spring freshet and the possibility for flooding, the Okanagan Basin Water Board is helping locals to get a grip on this year’s water supply. The group is holding a

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Okanagan Water Supply Webinar – April 16

The Okanagan Basin Water Board is hosting a free “Okanagan Water Supply Webinar” on Monday, ‪April 16‬, ‪11 a.m.‬ – noon, looking at our current and forecasted water supply for 2018. There will be updates from Environment and Climate Change

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Missed our Water Supply webinar?

Find out what’s happening with the Okanagan’s water supply, including reservoir levels, groundwater, drought conditions and weather forecasts. View YouTube recording below: OR, click here to download the MP4 recording to your computer

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Report: Building Drought Resilience in the Okanagan

A new report, Building Drought Resilience in the Okanagan – Phase I: Gap Analysis and Recommendations, has been posted to our website. Download or view the report below, or visit OBWB Drought Information & Updates.

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Water Supply Webinar – Friday April 15

Are we heading for flooding or drought? Both, or neither? Join us for our annual water supply webinar this Friday, April 15, 11 a.m. to noon. This free online seminar will include an update on current Okanagan reservoir levels, snowpack,

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Too early to predict a drought in the Okanagan this summer, but early snow melt a worry

February 27, 2016 – InfoNews.ca It’s hard to predict moisture conditions in the Okanagan Valley thanks to the regions variable annual rainfall patterns and the impact it has on those who try to control water flows and lake levels. That

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Missed our Water Supply webinar?

Download the summary here! Find out what’s happening with the Okanagan’s water supply, including reservoir levels, groundwater, drought conditions and weather forecasts.

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Water Supply webinar – July 27

The OBWB is hosting a free Water Supply Webinar on Monday, July 27, 10 – 11am, with an update on the Okanagan’s water supply, including reservoir levels, groundwater, drought conditions and weather forecasts. The webinar will be of interest to

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Local water supply above average

August 28, 2013 – Vernon Morning Star

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