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Lawns are among the heaviest users of water so they’re a good place to begin to conserve.
Drought-tolerant landscapes can be vibrant with colour.
It would be wise to do a check on your automatic watering system once a month.
Add a compost mulch to lawns and around plants to conserve moisture and prevent evaporation.
Compost guy has the recipe to MAKE WATER WORK in your yard
Estrogen compounds leached into ground water eventually break down.
For 2014, make a decision to play a role in protecting, maintaining or restoring natural areas around the Okanagan.
Here's wishing you a Happy New Year and the very best in a year of changes: 2014.
With the opening of the 16th annual Winter Okanagan Wine Festival next week, wine enthusiasts need to sign up soon to get tickets.
Festive chicken can replace the big bird for a smaller group at the Christmas table.
Celebrate the winter solstice with some special comfort foods, served in front of a roaring fire to push back the dark.
Enjoy being outdoors this winter, but be sure to take precautions and maybe buy safety gifts for loved ones.
A levy of 2/10th of a cent per pound is being proposed for apple growers to go toward industry research and promotion.
A series of storms will be followed by another cold snap next week, but the cold allowed a record harvest of grapes for Okanagan icewine.
All birders—even backyard ones—are invited to join in the annual Audubon Christmas Bird Count Saturday.
Traditional Canadian Christmas cooking is featured in a special book put together by food writer Rose Murray.
Kelowna's north end will undergo major renos in the coming year as Urban Square—an upscale market, brewery and office complex—moves in.
Large black bears who are unafraid of people pose a threat roaming around residential neighbourhoods, so stop attracting them.
Summerhill's Cipes Rose has been judged among the top 10 sparkling wines in the world.
To the amazement of Lower Mainland professionals, four top awards came home to the Okanagan from this year's B.C. Wedding Awards.