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Come join us for the Okanagan Basin Water Board’s 2018 Annual Meeting: PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE on August 10, 2018 in Kelowna, B.C. Please register by Aug. 8 so that we know numbers for refreshment purposes. For more information and

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Now posted! RFP to develop 19 hydrologic models for the Okanagan

The Okanagan Basin Water Board (“OBWB”) invites Proposals to develop 19 Okanagan sub-basin hydrologic models. This project supports improving accuracy of hydrologic models for long-term planning in the Okanagan. The contract will be for a 16 (sixteen) month term. Find

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Board Report – June

The Okanagan Basin Water Board’s monthly Board Report provides highlights from this week’s Board of Directors meeting. The monthly report provides up-to-date information about the activities, projects, and policies of the Water Board. Please feel free to share widely! Board

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tỷ số bóng đá INVITE: Poster Submission – Environmental Flow Needs Conference, Oct. 17-18, 2018, Kelowna, B.C.

The Okanagan Basin Water Board and the Canadian Water Resources Association, BC Branch, are excited to host Environmental Flow Needs – Science, Policy & Practice on October 17-18, 2018 in Kelowna, B.C. This conference will bring together representatives from national

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Weather Report – May 2018

The seasonal forecast is for a hotter than normal summer, with near-normal precipitation in June (our rainiest month on average), which could slow down the fire season. If we miss the June rains, it could be a very dry summer.

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Council Report – March 2018

The Okanagan Water Stewardship Council (“the Council” or OWSC) was established in 2006 as a technical advisory body to the OBWB. The 28 member Council is a diverse group of water stakeholders who meet monthly to provide independent advice and

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Okanagan mayors trade gavel for gardening gloves & encourage water conservation

Kelowna, B.C. – As Okanagan communities deal with flooding and record-breaking temperatures, and as talk turns to the possibility of another drought this year, the valley’s mayors gathered today at the UnH20 Gardens to talk water conservation. The gathering comes

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New online hub for planning guides helps ease access to information

Many valuable guides and toolkits have been written for the planning community, providing innovative policies, case studies, bylaw language, and legal approaches to environmental protection. While much effort and public funding has gone into developing these resources, uptake has been

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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: ??Environment Canada – Doug Lundquist ??BC River Forecast Centre – Dave

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Okanagan water projects get funds to move ahead

Kelowna, B.C. – The Okanagan Basin Water Board (OBWB) has approved $300,000 in funding to 18 projects to help conserve and improve the quality of water in the valley. Directors approved the Water Conservation and Quality Improvement (WCQI) grants at

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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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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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Okanagan valley receives $1.45 million for floodplain mapping

Kelowna, B.C. – The Okanagan Basin Water Board (OBWB) held a joint news conference with provincial, Okanagan Nation Alliance and local government representatives today to announce significant funding and a unique partnership to help valley communities plan and prepare for

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Board Report – April

The Okanagan Basin Water Board’s monthly Board Report provides highlights from this week’s Board of Directors meeting. The monthly report provides up-to-date information about the activities, projects, and policies of the Water Board. Please feel free to share widely! Board

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Weather Report – April 2018

While the snow levels are worrisome, the most important weather factor for flooding is how fast it melts. The La Nina forecast is for a cool spring, which hopefully will bring the snow down slowly and later in the season.

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