Working with the K’ómoks Nation towards Q’waq’wala7owkw on their unceded territory.

Working with the K’ómoks Nation towards Q’waq’wala7owkw on their unceded territory.



Dear community,

Thank you so much for another successful year of research, restoration, and education at Project Watershed. We’ve achieved so much this year through your continued support and contributions.

We secured two large multi-year grants this year to support our forage fish research and coastal restoration work – our biggest grants so far! The Kus-kus-sum project continued this year; almost two thirds of the site is now fully recontoured and is being revegetated with native vegetation. With progress continuing this coming year, we’ll look to finish that project in 2025-2026.

This year marked our 30th year as a charitable society serving the Comox Valley community. We celebrated this milestone with you, our community, at our 30th anniversary celebration hosted at the K’omoks First Nation Band Hall. We also updated our mission and created a new strategic plan more aligned with our current values and activities, and that will continue to empower restoration, research, and education for our collective future. 

We also welcomed four new directors to our board and six new staff, and it’s been a pleasure to work and learn with our growing team! And our community volunteers continued to be rockstar supporters, helping to further our restoration, research and education efforts with a total of 2500 hours contributed! We also had generous financial support from over 250 donors, including individuals, organizations, and businesses.

A huge thank you to everyone who supports our work. We couldn’t do what we do without you and we’re grateful to work alongside such a generous and enthusiastic community. Together, we can support a healthy and thriving Comox Valley into the future.

 Looking forward to another successful year!

Annual Report

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Caitlin Pierzchalski

Executive Director