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If we continue to populate the world at the current rate, we will use up all our natural capital, warns UBC professor.
Industrial agriculture must be replaced by regional agriculture systems for farming to become sustainable, advises professor.
If we want to protect any wilderness areas we have to do it ourselves, and non-profit groups are doing just that.
If you want to pick frozen grapes for the premium icewine, your chance is tonight.
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.
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.
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.
The Okanagan Basin Water Board voted to hold the line on its budget for the coming year, with no increase at all.
For a change in the tendency toward heavier cold-weather meals, consider a seasonal, substantial salad with crusty fresh bread.
Directors of the Okanagan Basin Water Board have a number of suggestions for the province on its proposal for a new water act.
At a special meeting of the B.C. Fruit Growers' Association, members held a heated debate on reorganizing, but only made minor changes.
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.