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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.
Children sent inside after large cat located sitting in a tree
With the first long weekend of spring, conservation officers warn they'll be watching for illegal activity on Okanagan backroads.
Goats and sheep were the target for the large cat, according to officers
Alan Tyabji has set up a southern region of the Okanagan Tree Fruit Co-operative and has named a senior manager.
Kelowna grower Fred Steele is the first to be nominated for president of the B.C. Fruit Growers’ Association.
Participants get a wine glass and napkin upon entry and are invited to indulge.
Above the rushing sound of the water, the deep thunder of large boulders knocking into each other could be heard.
Growers willing to replant their orchards to more marketable apples will have $2 million to help with the cost.
The cherry breeding program at the Pacific Agri-food Research Centre in Summerland was honoured with awards for its work.
Kirpal Boparai and Jeet Dukhia were elected Friday in Kelowna to the two top posts of the 123-year-old B.C. Fruit Growers' Association.
Federal-provincial funding will help get the latest technology into the co-operative's Winfield fruit packinghouse.