Forage Fish Presentation March 17, 2022
This presentation is the culmination of research done by Project Watershed and others in the northern Salish Sea over the past three years. This project was made possible by generous funding from the BC Salmon Restoration and Innovation Fund, the Pacific Salmon Foundation, and the Comox Valley Regional District. It was also made possible by the work and leadership of many community volunteers.
It is a free event. However, participants are required to register to receive the Zoom details.
PresentersMarch 17th, 2022
- Georgie Harrison – North Island CollegeBeatrice Proudfoot and Cliff Robinson – Fisheries and Oceans CanadaJacqueline Huard – University of British Columbia Nicola Houtman – University of VictoriaWill Duguid – University of Victoria Guardian Watchmen Team – K’ómoks First NationJennifer Sutherst and Virginia East – Project Watershed
We have an exciting research announcement to share with you!
Our own Jennifer Sutherst along with 5 other scientists have recently published an article in the Ecological Indicators scientific journal.
Only two tasks on the list for Renée this week: working on a solarization experiment and on a new citizen science program.
This is our first week with only one technician; Cain has finished his summer term with us and is off to school at UBC-Okanagan to study Earth & Environmental Science. Renée is with us for two more weeks, however – lucky us! This week, she and Jay had a great few days in the field.
Project Watershed is restoring eelgrass at Miracle Beach and in the Trent River Estuary as a component of our Coastal Restoration Plan.
Donate a Car to Project Watershed. Easy process, free towing, guaranteed tax-deductible receipt.
Happy Technician Tuesday! The week started off with a beach cleanup up in Fanny Bay and Deep Bay with Ocean Legacy and the BC Shellfish Growers Association. A few volunteers joined in over two days and everyone collected a lot of trash, including huge nets that were...