Jenny Howell

Chilcotin Road elementary school Grade 7 student Rachel Glessing presents Mayor Kerry Cook with information on the Water Wise program after giving a presentation to council Tuesday.

Lakecity water reduction pays off

Lakecity water conservation awareness working in WIlliams Lake, resulting in a 20 per cent reduction of water consumption since 2006.

Chilcotin Road elementary school Grade 7 student Rachel Glessing presents Mayor Kerry Cook with information on the Water Wise program after giving a presentation to council Tuesday.
Grade 6 students from Chilcotin Road Elementary School participated in the Water Wise/Waste Wise field trips. Here Paityn Weil and Emma Landry

Williams Lake students study water wise practices in the field

Every year the Water Wise program in Williams Lake and the surrounding area offers field trips to schools.

Grade 6 students from Chilcotin Road Elementary School participated in the Water Wise/Waste Wise field trips. Here Paityn Weil and Emma Landry
Karla Durfeld and her daughter made a holiday wreath at Earth Friendly Event

Reduce holiday waste

Here we are again, immersed in the pre-Christmas season.

Karla Durfeld and her daughter made a holiday wreath at Earth Friendly Event
A class learns ways to reduce waste.

Huge benefits to composting

Dealing with the quantity of garbage humans produce has become an increasing headache for rural districts and municipalities.

A class learns ways to reduce waste.

More to irrigation than meets the eye

Over the last few years, residents in the city of Williams Lake have shown tremendous response to the Water Wise program and made substantial efforts to conserve water and protect the integrity and sustainability of the City aquifer.