The Coastal Invasive Species Committee has a new home, and is the latest community organization to join the Conservation Centre. The Conservation Centre has been operating since 2010 at 2356 Rosewall Crescent (in Tin Town).
You are invited to join us for an Open House Wine and Cheese to welcome the Coastal Invasive Species Committee. At the event you will be able to tour our newly reorganized space, which also features the Keeping it Living art gallery, and try out the new Interactive Map of the K’ómoks Estuary. This will also be the kick off to Project Watershed’s 2016 “Keeping it Living” campaign.
Date: Friday Feb. 26th, 2016
Time: 3:00 – 5:00 pm
Location: The Conservation Centre 2356a Rosewall Cres., Courtenay, B.C.
Please RSVP here to confirm your attendance. Hope to see you there!
Did you know…
The Conservation Centre is a unique partnership between like-minded non-profit community organizations working on local conservation and environmental issues. It makes the best use of limited financial resources, as the partner groups all contribute to the cost of office space and utilities. But it is much more than a simple cost sharing venture. The member groups are able to work collaboratively to share knowledge, tools and technology and partner on projects all of which helps further their individual goals. The Centre offers other valuable resources, which are also available for public use, such as a board room which can be booked for meetings and a stewardship library. Members include:
- Comox Valley Project Watershed Society
- Comox Valley Land Trust
- Tsolum River Restoration Society and now the
- Coastal Invasive Species Committee