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Shuswap farmer and volunteer delivered free corn to evacuees during wildfire crisis

A farmer in the Shuswap donated over 600 cobs of fresh corn to people impacted by the Bush Creek East wildfire with the help of a retired RCMP officer. Bill Crozier, retired police officer a...

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SMOOTH AND AGED: Penticton restaurateur now making his own sake

Penticton restaurant owner Tatsuo Kan opened the first sake brewery in the Okanagan and now he has a permit to bring the freshly brewed rice wine out of the tasting room and straight to his custom...

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Sports, art, farming and fungus: So many things to see and do this weekend in Kamloops, Okanagan

With beautiful autumn weather and the harvest in full swing in the Okanagan and Kamloops, there are many events happening in September it could be hard to decide which one to attend. Here ar...

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Pest that caused $1 billion in damages to US corn found in North Okanagan

A pest that caused $1 billion worth of damages in the U.S. midwest corn industry has just been found in the North Okanagan. Corn rootworms are a pest native to North America that causes seve...

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Unlock a World of Award-Winning Wines from Heaven's Gate Winery

iNwine Spotlight

Located in Summerland, Heaven's Gate Winery is a charming boutique winery with a picturesque setting and award-winning wines. As a small batch producer, Heaven's Gate Winery has quic...

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Tomato lovers and experts to celebrate at Kamloops festival

Juicy, colourful and even oddly-shaped tomatoes are at the centre of the Kamloops Tomato Festival this fall. The annual one-day festival is expanding to a week-long celebration of tomatoes this ye...

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Permanent indoor space in works for a relocated Kelowna Farmers’ Market

Not only is Kelowna Farmers’ and Crafters’ Market going to get a new home in the Landmark Centre next spring for its outdoor events, a permanent indoor venue is also in its future....

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Growing trend for Okanagan wineries to stop waiving tasting fees

Logan Saunders has done 22 wine tastings in the past year in Lake Country, Kelowna, Oliver and Osoyoos on three different tours with his friends. The Vernon man took notes to review the wine...

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B.C.'s agriculture industry at forefront of climate change reality

CALGARY - With more than 400 active wildfires still burning in B.C. and many residents yet to return to their homes, it's too early to know the fate of the province's honeybees. But...

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Ashcroft ranch giving away 50,000 lbs of cantaloupes for free

Desert Hills Ranch is giving away 50,000 pounds of cantaloupes that would have otherwise been dumped. The harvest of cantaloupes is reportedly of the best quality, but simply the wrong size...

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