MVIHES is promoting salmon-friendly lawns through a Yellow Fish program, where residents who pledge to not water their lawns or use chemical herbicides and pesticides will receive a yellow fish sign to help promote the message of water conservation.
This year’s themes are Groundwater and Climate Change. The month begins with World Water Day on March 22 and and wraps up with Earth Day on April 22.
Fathom Sounds will speak on March 3, as part of North Island College’s 2022 Artist Talk series.
The rebates, which range from $100 to $750, will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis to qualifying applicants until the funds are spent.
Residents can expect some discolouration of water and intermittent drops in water pressure between the hours of 7 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., Monday to Friday.
The Regional District of Nanaimo (RDN) is now accepting applications for community-level projects that monitor, restore or enhance regional watercourses.
Here are some of the most prominent and impactful stories we reported on in 2021 (in no particular order).
The Regional District of Nanaimo (RDN) is looking for volunteers with experience or interest in parks, recreation, culture, agriculture, waste management, planning or drinking water and watershed protection.
The city said the decision was made in order to conserve water after B.C. entered Drought Level 5 last week.
The Lifesaving Society of Canada designates this week National Drowning Prevention Week to bring attention to drownings and drowning prevention.

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