Kus-kus-sum Restoration Forum June 17, 2021
Recording of Zoom Presentation
Sam is currently working towards an Associates' Degree in Environmental Studies. She was born and raised on the unceded territory of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleilwaututh First Nations. She's residing in the K'òmoks First Nation territory while working this summer...
Jamie Lund is a Restoration Technician with a Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Victoria. She was born and raised on the traditional territory of the Wei Wai Kai and Wei Wai Kum first nations. With a passion for wildlife preservation, Jamie is...
Unpaving paradise at Kus-kus-sum is underway! Over the summer the concrete and asphalt on the site are being removed. As there is a lot of rebar, and other metal embedded in the concrete, it is being removed and recycled as well. We are holding a contest to see who can guess the amount of metal that will come off the site.
Here in the Comox Valley, our local beaches have a story to tell about a small fish that is so much more. Maybe you’ve seen Project Watershed out on local beaches, with measuring tapes and high visibility vests, trying to learn more about this small fish with a big impact!
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.