Project Watershed’s 2021 Online Annual General Meeting
Comox Valley Project Watershed is hosting our 2021 AGM on May 30th at 7pm. It will be entirely online through Zoom. Everyone is invited to join and must pre-register to receive the AGM package which will include the Zoom details.
We have an exciting keynote speaker, Briony Penn, lined up to talk about Indigenous conservation and her book “Stories from the Magic Canoe of Wa’xiad”. Those who attend the meeting will be entered in a draw to win a copy of the book!
The meeting will include a celebration of the success on the Kus-kus-sum project and a look at the next steps for the site. In addition, we will highlight important milestones and activities from our other 2020 – 2021 projects. Business will be kept short and will include a brief report from our Treasurer, Brian Storey, and the election of Board members. We anticipate the meeting finishing up by 8:30pm or before.
AGM Package will include:
- Zoom details
- Our Annual General Report
- Financial statements
- 2020 AGM Minutes
- 2021 AGM Agenda
Please note that if you would like voting rights at our AGM you need to be a current member. Visit our Members page to register as a new member or renew your membership.
Project Watershed held a community forum via Zoom to explain the restoration process that we are embarking on at Kus-kus-sum beginning June 21st, 2021. This is recording of that Zoom meeting.
Summer is almost here and Project Watershed is gearing up for another round of surf smelt sampling on beaches around the Comox Valley.
Project Watershed’s very own Bill Heidrick received the Paul Harris Fellow Award from Rotary Club of Courtenay on June 1, 2021.
We are excited to announce that we are starting restoration works at Kus-kus-sum site June 21th, 2021.
Project Watershed’s Estuary Working Group has chosen the Cumberland Community Forest Society as the 2020 Keeping It Living Award recipients.
This restoration built up a new marsh platform to replace lost, historic tidal marsh. The newly build platform is then planted, all to help support wildlife and coastal resiliency in our thriving estuary.