Working with the K’ómoks Nation towards Q’waq’wala7owkw on their unceded territory.

Working with the K’ómoks Nation towards Q’waq’wala7owkw on their unceded territory.

Protect our World Class Estuary with World Class Art

The Keeping It Living Collection

As part of our Keeping It Living Campaign, Project Watershed has acquired a variety of locally created art known as ” The Keeping It Living Collection”.

When you make a financial contribution to Project Watershed of $25 or more you may choose an art poster from this collection. Please note all posters include Keeping It Living text and a fact about the environment or our projects.  When you make a contribution of $100* or more you get to choose a print (they vary in size) on archival paper (*to get a print of Stillness requires a minimum contribution of $150). Major contributions of $1000 or more enable you to choose a print on canvas.

For contributions over $25 Project Watershed will issue a charitable tax receipt. If a print is chosen the cost will be deducted from the tax receipt – $15 for paper prints and $150 for canvas prints (unless the cost comes to less than 10% of the donation  $75, in which case nothing will be deducted). These are stipulations from the Canadian Revenue Agency.

A business who sponsors our work will receive a sponsorship receipt. Other benefits may also be applicable see our Business Sponsorship.

Long Road to Comox

by Martha Jones

Donate and Choose your Artwork

Art Poster

Example

Estuary Greens

by Brian Buckrell

Stillness

by Andy Everson

Morning Mist

by Rena Rogers

Living Waters

by Martha Ponting

Blue Forest

by Shirlie Dickie

Mingling Waters

by Jennifer Weber

View from the Courtenay Airpark #34

by Bev Byerley