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.

Quality Hand Made Cotton Masks for Kus-kus-sum!

One of our wonderful supporters is sewing face masks and donating the proceeds to Kus-kus-sum. They are quality hand made cotton masks with a filter pocket and non-woven filter provided, pleated front, and a wire inserted over the nose piece for a better fit.

Nicole at Spool Sewing Studio has graciously taken on the task of selling them for us as she has regular open hours. Spool Sewing Studio can be found at #4 – 420 Fitzgerald.

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Coastal Restoration Update August 2020

Nikki Wright from Seachange Marine Conservation Society and Maria Cantazaro from the Pacific Salmon Foundation (PSF) visited our kelp research site at Oyster River and our saltmarsh projects. Maria is a researcher working for the PSF on a report looking at the importance of nearshore, habitat connectivity and estuarine habitat to Pacific salmon.

Kus-kus-sum/Hollyhock Flats Shoreline Cleanup 2020

Join us on September 26th as we participate in the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup. The cleanup will occur on the Kus-kus-sum property and the adjacent Hollyhock flats area. We will start at 10am and go til about noon.

The World Wildlife Fund Publishes Forage Fish Information

The World Wildlife Fund has released a variety of resources for both professionals and citizen scientists researching forage fish. This includes a spawning survey guidance document, as well as QEP and Citizen Scientist sampling methodologies and data sheets.

Forage Fish Field Day

This video follows a forage fish field day, from sampling to the counting of eggs, in the late fall of 2019.

Forage Fish Project Needs Volunteers

While many citizen science groups have begun conducting spring/summer forage fish spawning surveys, we still need a few more volunteers to cover some of the beaches in our area. Specifically we need volunteers for Quadra Island and Campbell River.