Purchasing and Restoring Kus-kus-sum is Reconciliation in Action
We have $700,000 left to raise by the end of August to purchase the property. Once the property is purchased the title will be jointly held by the Kómoks First Nation and the City of Courtenay. As soon as the title is transferred we can being the restoration process. Donate today as our Estuary Angel is matching the next $12,500 in donations.
Kus-kus-sum Project Information
Wow 40 plus amazing, citizen scientists supported the forage fish project this season. They covered almost 30 beaches between Hornby Island, the Comox Valley, Campbell River, and Cortes Island.
Below is an interactive timeline of the events regarding the gensis of Project Watershed's Kus-kus-sum Project. Hover over each salmon icon to learn more about what happened that year.Related Posts
We got a first look at how a restored Kus-kus-sum will operate during storms and king tides this winter. It was exciting to see the high tides move over the steel wall and inundate the site.
Approximately 4,000 native plants were planted at the Kus-kus-sum site over six days this October! THANK YOU to the 160 volunteers who contributed to planting, mulching and watering during this time – we would not have been able to accomplish this without you.