The K’ómoks Estuary- A cultural & archaeological treasure
Duration: 17 minutes, 19 seconds
Project Watershed thanks Michael Fountain of Blue Bamboo Productions for his ongoing contributions and outstanding work in producing this, and other videos, towards the restoration and preservation of the K’omoks Estuary.
Please note that as a Stewardship Society it is not within Project Watershed’s mandate nor will it ever be to be owners or have any kind of jurisdiction over land and water. Our interests are purely in education, restoration and protection.
We acknowledge that the K’ómoks First Nation has been the caretakers of the K’ómoks Estuary since time immemorial, and will continue to care for the lands, waters, forests and air in their territory for generations to come.
Drone Footage of Planting ~ RickskopterK'omoks First Nation Welcome by Elder Donna Mitchell and Councillor Katherine Frank ~ Graeme RobetsonPlanting and watering ~ Caila Holbrook I wanted to give a big, heart-felt thank you to all the volunteers who came out to help...
Happy Technician Tuesday! Our team recently checked on the Lyngbye’s Sedge (Carex lyngbyei) planting in Hollyhock Flats and we’re happy to report that they are growing well.
Happy Technician Tuesday! In June, our technician team planted a large number of Lyngbye’s Sedge and some Tufted Hair Grass to restore areas of Hollyhock Flats.
Project Watershed held a community forum via Zoom to explain the restoration process that we are embarking on at Kus-kus-sum beginning June 21st, 2021. This is recording of that Zoom meeting.
Project Watershed’s Estuary Working Group has chosen the Cumberland Community Forest Society as the 2020 Keeping It Living Award recipients.
The Kus-kus-sum project that Project Watershed is spearheading will not only create habitat for fish and wildlife, help mitigate climate, and increase green space, it will also help our community put reconciliation into action.