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.
Over the past month, there have been many forage fish and/or forage fish egg sightings spread along the coast of Vancouver Island.
Jennifer Sutherst has been a key leader at Project Watershed for the last seven years.
Project Watershed hosted a Fundraising Blitz this November which closed with a Reverse Telethon on Saturday, November 28th. The Blitz successfully raised over $60,000 and donations are still rolling in. All donations from the Blitz have been matched by the Ngan-Page family fund and they have extended their commitment to match donations until December 31st!
Project Watershed Now Accepts E-transfers
Project Watershed is offering a contract for a part-time (32 hrs. [+ or -] per week) opportunity to perform as an Executive Director. This is an opportunity to demonstrate your expertise working on innovative and collaborative multi-disciplinary habitat restoration projects. Project Watershed supports professional growth; opportunities for training and mentoring will be provided.
On October 23 and 24th, 2020, volunteers helped reclaim 150 meters of streamside along Mallard Creek.
A three tiered fundraiser that includes a 50/50 raffle, online auction, and reverse telethon to raise funds to protect and restore Kus-kus-sum.
On Saturday, September 26, forty volunteers pitched in to collect garbage at Kus-kus-sum and Hollyhock Flats as part of the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup. The photos and short video captured from the day illustrate just how industrious it was.