ECards for the Environment
Click on the cards below to make a donation. You will receive a tax receipt and the recipient receives a meaningful card via email or Canada Post. If you would like to send multiple e-cards, you will need to make multiple donations. Once you have submitted the payment, the system will send you to a thank you page where you can select to send another card. Please note that the physical cards sent through Canada Post are from our Keeping It Living Art Card Collection.
You will get the opportunity to include a message with your card. If the recipient is unfamiliar with Project Watershed and/or the Kus-kus-sum project, consider including a link to our website projectwatershed.ca and/or to our Kus-kus-sum video – https://youtu.be/Ms8gEGlMJe4 in that message so they can learn about the cause you are supporting for them.
Ecards for Keeping It Living
These cards support Project Watershed as a whole; including our restoration, research, education and outreach initiatives.
Thank you to the photographers shown below. They have generously allowed us to use their images for these ecards. If you want to see more of their work click on their image.
Eiko has a passion for capturing images of animals in their natural habitats and uses his images and films to draw attention to the need to protect those habitats. Whether exploring the ocean or alternate bodies of water, such as marshes and rivers, Eiko has developed a dramatic style in which he celebrates the corners of our world which are seldom seen.
Dave’s passion is landscape photography and in documenting the small details of plants and animals in the natural world. He enjoys close-up macro photography and has a great interest in the patterns and shapes that can be found in nature.
Terry has always had a keen interest in the natural world and this passion comes through in his photography. Now that he has retired from the Royal Alberta Museum he can devote most to his time to capturing the flora and fauna of the Comox Valley.
George retired in 2003 in the Comox Valley to a life of leisure at a breakneck pace. He is an avid photographer and member of the Comox Valley Camera Club. He cares for the environment and is a member of the Comox Valley Fly Fishers, Oyster River Enhancement Society and Sports Fishing Advisory Board.