Project Watershed Signs Pride Pledge
Diversity is of paramount importance in nature. It increases productivity, resilience and sustainability in ecosystems. At Project Watershed, we spend most of our time and energy fostering and supporting ecological diversity and we feel it is just as important to do this in our human community. Join us in taking this step towards embracing diversity and making our community more inclusive.
“We look forward to finding other ways we can incorporate diversity, increase equity and become more inclusive at our organization.” reports Kathy Haigh, Project Watershed Fundraising Director.
The crew worked at Glen Urquhart every day last week! Construction of the riffles was in full swing and was the main focus for Cain and Renée. Jay, who has been leading the restoration of the creek, provided help and guidance during each step.
We are very excited to announce our 2022 Keeping It Living Dinner at 40 KNOTS Winery. Please join us September 17th from 5-8pm to celebrate ecological restoration and watershed research right here in the Comox Valley. We are looking forward to sharing local food, wine and music, and celebrating significant milestones with you, our community.
Happy Technician Tuesday! The week started off with a fun photo shoot with The Now Group showcasing our work at Kus-kus-sum for Clean BC, a provincial program to achieve the Province’s legislated climate targets. After the shoot, extensive weeding of Kus-kus-sum occupied the team for the rest of the afternoon.
Financial & Administrative Specialist
Happy Technician Tuesday! Happy Technician Tuesday! At Kus-Kus-Sum, Renée and Cain completed a plant inventory of the north end vegetation.
Summer Field Technician