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.

Project Watershed’s real work is

to bring about a change of attitude

Our Mission is “to promote community stewardship of Comox Valley Watersheds through education, information and action

Comox Valley Project Watershed Society is a registered non-profit environmental society with Canadian charitable tax status focused on sensitive habitat stewardship. The organization is guided by a volunteer board and managed by an executive director and staff. It is an active partner of the Comox Valley Conservation Partnership. The organization offers professional conservation mapping and related technical services, maintains a stewardship information library, and manages research, restoration, education and awareness raising projects in the Comox Valley. 

About Project Watershed

Keeping It Living

Our Projects

Our History


Funders and Partners

Contractor Information

Newton the Rough-Skinned Newt

Project Watershed’s newt logo was inspired by the rough-skinned newt, a common riparian zone inhabitant needing both terrestrial and aquatic habitats to survive. The very habitats that Project Watershed strives to protect. The newt mascot was created by was created by Coral Dunn, and the newt logo was created by Aaron Heppell.

In 2016, the newt mascot debuted at the Royston School Keeping It Living Award Ceremony. Royston School received the award for their contribution to salt marsh planting near the Royston Wrecks. The ceremony was held in the auditorium for the grade 1’s and 2’s. The newt got a warm welcome and everyone was excited to shake its hand and give it high fives.