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A new forest licence for the Westbank First Nation will help provide jobs and economic benefits for the band.
Most of the Okanagan's 67 endangered species are at risk because of the loss of wetland habitat.
We're all familiar with the concept of using wine in our meals, but how about trying some local craft beer in food?
There are steps we can take to prevent risks to both humans and bears when they meet in residential neighbourhoods.
Happiness can make you rich, respected and desirable as well as simply happy...
Stuck in the present, must we continue to make the mistakes that have imperilled the natural world, or can we begin to think ahead?
Industrial agriculture must be replaced by regional agriculture systems for farming to become sustainable, advises professor.
If we continue to populate the world at the current rate, we will use up all our natural capital, warns UBC professor.
There are some delicious recipes from Portugal in this new book, and they've been modernized and adapted for Canadian cooks.
If you want to pick frozen grapes for the premium icewine, your chance is tonight.
If we want to protect any wilderness areas we have to do it ourselves, and non-profit groups are doing just that.
Poachers fined for shooting more moose than permitted.
There are 60 fewer people working for the B.C. Tree Fruits Co-operative with closure of the apple packing line in Kelowna.
With delegates from a cross-section of the community, next week's Building Sustainable Communities conference will be lively.
The number of kokanee returning to spawn along Okanagan Lake's shorelines remained low this year, as did stream spawner numbers.
Expansion into the U.S. by Canadian companies is less common than the other way around, but that's what a local winery is doing.
There's simply less mess and fuss if you can make dinner in one pot, so I'm all for such meals.
Irrigation changed the landscape in the dry Okanagan Valley in the early days of the last century and continues to, today.
You can see the snow on the hills now, so get ready for snow sports (like fishing?), and for meetings planning for next summer.
Growers are feeling encouraged by the reception of their cherries in China, after the first season of that market opening.