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Earth Day is the most celebrated environmental event around the world and is observed annually on April 22.
It’s been a busy week of earth-friendly events for Summerland residents with more to come during the weekend.
Puncturevine is one invasive plant that does particularly well during the dog days of summer.
Invasive mussels are not yet present in Okanagan lakes and efforts are being made to keep them away.
Invasive species are threatening ecosystems in British Columbia.
Strange, non-native plants and animals are showing up in the Okanagan Valley, in places where they don’t belong.
The extended winter conditions have not deterred our local owls from setting up territory and preparing for the nesting season.
The holly, long associated with the Christmas season, is also an invasive plant.
Tree of heaven is one of the most aggressive and prominent invasive trees in the Okanagan-Similkameen.