There is little doubt that the Okanagan is on the front lines of climate change.
In 2015 the valley was hit with a severe drought. And this year of course we are seeing historic flooding.
The models have been showing us that these extreme weather events are going to become more common place.
As we look to weather these events, Make Water Work is aimed at preparing residents with resilient landscapes that can handle wet and dry years, and help ensure a sustainable water supply for our valley.
For more information on what you can do in and around your home, and in our community, to be WaterWise year-round, visit www.OkWaterWise.ca.