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The season may be short but it's sweet, and strawberry lovers have another few weeks to get their fill of Okanagan, vine-ripened berries.
In a bid to attract pride tourists to the Okanagan, this year's festival will feature an Okanagan Wine Festivals Society event.
The worst of this week's rain should taper off today, with a drying trend over the weekend, before more rain hits the valley next week.
Hundreds of families turned out for fishing events during the 15th annual Family Fishing Weekend in the Okanagan.
This week the summer solstice means the start of summer and the barbecue becomes king, while salads become his queen.
The culmination of years of effort has paid off with an agreement for B.C. cherries to be exported to the growing Chinese market.
Tree fruit growers in B.C. are torn between the traditional co-op and alternative places to ship their harvest.
After years of negotiations, Canadian Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz says an agreement has been reached on export of cherries to China.
The Okanagan is going to bustling with activities, both on the lake and in the hills this weekend, and the weather promises to cooperate.
The orchard industry is becoming quite practised at educating new agriculture ministers, so they're eager to meet this one too.
Celebrate invasive species week by preventing them from getting established in the Okanagan—whether it's mussels or plants.
Volunteers from a number of local clubs gathered Saturday to labour in the dirt to help restore a grassland on the Westside
Eating real, local food, fresh from the soil, is a good way toward good health, believe the authors of a book called RealFood RealHealth.
There's been a soft release of a new provincial trails strategy and most of its 22 action items look encouraging.
With earlier melting of this year's snowpack and drier weather forecast, officials are less concerned about flooding in the coming weeks.
A volunteer is needed to flap and flip for a kindergarten class, all in the name of science.
Murray Roed, author, artist and geologist, has been honoured by his peers with a national award for sharing earth sciences.
As deer drop their fawns at this time of year, they can become quite protective, so be wary around your neighbourhood deer.
It's June so everyone's getting married and those that aren't, are celebrating an anniversary- both of which require great food.
Okanagan Lake is close to being full, but unless there are heavy rains, flooding could be averted this year.