Keeping It Living Art Cards and Alternative Gift Cards Available for the Holiday Season
Due to COVID-19 our offices are currently closed, however, thanks to a few hardworking individuals you can still get these sought after cards from the Uplifters Shop and Edible Island. Thanks to Ulrike Schmidt, the Uplifters Shop and Edible Island for making this happen!
In addition to our art cards, we have alternative gift cards for those who want to make a donation in someones name instead of getting them a traditional gift. Our alternative gift cards have gone completely online this year, making this gift waste free. With our online form you can purchase multiple cards at once, specify which day you would like the card delivered and request a tax receipt! Visit our Alternative Gift page to order yours today.
On a separate note, handmade masks are still available at the Spool Sewing Studio at#4 – 420 Fitzgerald Ave in Courtenay.
In lieu of doing a group cleanup, we are asking that people do a cleanup with their bubble at a pre-selected beach as part of a Decentralized Cleanup!
Here at Project Watershed, we believe understanding your landscape or waterscape is the first step to becoming a steward of that landscape. So please join us on this experiential exploration of your watershed! As a bonus, each time you share a photo and comment on Facebook or Instagram, you will be entered into a raffle to win one of three $20.00 gift cards from the Co-op Peninsula.
Background The Comox Valley Project Watershed Society is an action-oriented environmental non-profit organization. Our mission is to promote community stewardship of Comox Valley watersheds though education, information, and action. We work to protect, restore, and...
Spring has sprung and we are busy planning for Earth Week 2021! Earth Week is April 16 – 22, and we will be celebrating our love for this planet with a host of activities to support the health of our Lands and Waters.
With the crocuses and daffodils in bloom and herring in the news I think we can say it is spring. Spring means another season of intertidal forage fish field validation is complete.
Spring – a great time for planting in your garden and in the intertidal/subtidal zones. Once again Project Watershed will be working to restore eelgrass (Zostera marina) habitats by undertaking transplants in areas where the eelgrass is sparse or missing as determined by our coastal nearshore habitat mapping work.
The condemned office building at Kus-kus-sum, formerly known as Field Sawmill, came down March 23, 2021. Comox Valley Project Watershed Society, with funding from the Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program, led the work.
The Comox Valley Project Watershed Society (Project Watershed) is offering a unique opportunity for a videographer to create a documentary focused on the Kus-kus-sum project.