Lower water tables a result of low snow pack melt brings concern for fire and drought

Residents of the interior of B.C. hoping for rain as drought and fire concerns rise
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View of the Trophy Mountains and the lower than normal North Thompson River in the North Thompson Valley just off Highway 5 on May 8, 2024. The lower snowpack melt has many in the interior of B.C. concerned about worsening drought and extreme wildfire risk. (Photo by: Hettie Buck)

View of the Trophy Mountains and the lower than normal North Thompson River in the North Thompson Valley just off Highway 5 on May 8, 2024. The lower snowpack melt has many in the interior of B.C. concerned about worsening drought and extreme wildfire risk. (Photo by: Hettie Buck)

By Hettie Buck

Residents of the interior of B.C. hoping for rain as drought and fire concerns rise



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