Water well owners workshop offered

Workshop is in cooperation with the BC Ministry of Environment, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada.


The British Columbia Ground Water Association (BCGWA) is pleased to announce the offering of a Well Owners Workshop (WOW) in cooperation with the BC Ministry of Environment, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada, with support services supplied by the Regional Districts of North, Central and Okanagan Similkameen, Ministry of Forest Lands & Natural Resource Operations and Interior Health.

The free workshop attendees will be provided with information on well and water supply sources, well protection, well maintenance and operation along with well water testing and water treatment options. Groundwater industry and government science and health experts will be presenting and available to answer your questions. Those attending will be provided with pamphlets and brochures containing groundwater and health information. Also water testing laboratory staff and a display will be present.

The Okanagan Valley locations and dates are:

• RDOS – Cawston Hall, Cawston – 7 p.m. Wednesday, November 23

Please pre-register for this FREE workshop at www.bcgwa.org or call toll free: 1-855-530-8934


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