Once established, community groups and organizations will be able to apply to the fund to support locally important and high priority conservation projects.
Technical experts and local government decision-makers will work together to ensure that proposals for these funds contribute to important conservation goals. The RDOS Board may enter into an agreement for administration of the Fund.
For less than the cost of a few coffees per year, or a bottle of wine, or even a single movie ticket, the South Okanagan Conservation Fund will bring incredible opportunities and benefits to our communities.
We have the most beautiful landscape I have ever seen. It’s so important we work together to preserve it.
Long-time Okanagan resident