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Water – we’re all connected

September 10, 2016 – Castanet The interdependence of watersheds was emphasized at the Okanagan Basin Water Board’s annual general meeting, Friday in Kelowna. Decisions we make here not only affect the Okanagan, but other watersheds outside our boundaries as well, as we

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Water Board wants policy change to stop illegal ATV use in Okanagan watersheds

July 19, 2015 – AM 1150

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Learning to think like a watershed

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