Water Balance Model Outreach & Training in the Okanagan

Sustainable Rainwater Management: Okanagan Basin Water Board hosts first in 2012–2013 Series of “Water Balance Model Training Workshops”

“A number of tools, in particular the Water Balance Model, have been created to help municipalities adapt to climate change. The Okanagan Basin Water Board will be hosting a workshop to get these tools in the hands of the people that need them by bringing in the experts to answer questions and provide hands-on training,” announces Anna Warwick Sears

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Kelowna, Chilliwack, Surrey and Courtenay: Four cities in four regions of British Columbia were early adopters in embracing the Water Balance Model

“The City of Kelowna assisted with the rollout of the Guidebook and pre-launch of the WBM in Spring 2003 in communities such as Penticton and Prince George. The participation of the City’s Alan Newcombe (Drainage Manager) in our road show added credibility,” recalls Ted van der Gulik. “In 2005, the City of Kelowna (John Vos) was the catalyst for a series of events that broadened the reach of the WBM

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