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Help identify wetlands in the valley as part of the Okanagan Wetlands Strategy.
A favourite seasonal fall vegetable is the squash and it's such a versatile one that you won't easily get tired of it.
Many invasive plants almost impossible to eradicate once they get established.
McMillan Farms owner doesn't want a repeat of last spring when 40 acres of is land was inundated with water from the creek overflow.
B.C.'s new varieties of apples are judged to be some of the best grown in Canada.
The Okanagan Basin Water Board voted to hold the line on its budget for the coming year, with no increase at all.
At a special meeting of the B.C. Fruit Growers' Association, members held a heated debate on reorganizing, but only made minor changes.
Directors of the Okanagan Basin Water Board have a number of suggestions for the province on its proposal for a new water act.
Although its chairman recently completed a review of the Agricultural Land Commission, another one is now underway.
Owners frustrated by lengthy liquor license application process, but tiny new bar finally opens in downtown Kelowna
Poaching, drinking, carrying loaded firearms in vehicles and vandalism are all being investigated by Okanagan Conservation Officers.
They're at risk throughout the Okanagan Valley, but a project now underway encourages you to help protect wetlands.
While they learned how best to manage their bees, B.C. honey producers competed over the weekend for top awards.
Black rats are not native to the Okanagan, but they're being reported in many areas, and residents want the city to help deal with them.
From none a decade ago, today it's estimated there are as many as 100 wolves in the Okanagan.
Even Halloween treats can have some nutrition, so offer up the best for your favourite goblins.
At this year's agm for the B.C. Tree Fruits Co-operative only one new director was elected, to fill a vacancy.
Wetlands are more than a haven for mosquitoes or a place to dump worn-out tires.
Fall is a good time of year to decide to volunteer for the non-profit organization that provides the facilities where you have fun.
Lorainne McLarty and the restoration of the Riggs House on Ethel Street both won provincial Heritage B.C. awards on the weekend.