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.

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Project Watershed 2024 Annual Report

Project Watershed 2024 Annual Report

A very big thank you to all our members, board, staff, and community supporters for making 2023-2024 such an incredible and successful year! It’s only with the contributions of time, funding, and support from each and every one of you that we are able to restore and conserve the Comox Valley’s watersheds and sensitive habitats.

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Climate Change and Kus-kus-sum by WWF

Climate Change and Kus-kus-sum by WWF

This video, produced by the World Wildlife Fund, explores the connection between Kus-kus-sum and climate change. One of the benefits of restoring 8.3 acres of habitat at Kus-kus-sum is all the plants that are being planted will take up carbon, helping mitigate climate change.

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Eelgrass Expansion in Baynes Sound

Eelgrass Expansion in Baynes Sound

This summer, Project Watershed staff and volunteers will be getting their feet wet to increase habitat connectivity in Baynes Sound. As part of our multi-year Aquatic Ecosystems Restoration Fund project, we will be conducting an eelgrass transplant off the coast of Gartley Point near Royston.

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Wanted: Herring Observations

Wanted: Herring Observations

As you may know, Project Watershed has been researching forage fish and their habitats for many years now. To date our work has focused on beach spawning forage fish, specifically Pacific sand lance and surf smelt.

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The Spawn is On!

The Spawn is On!

Pacific sandlance eggs ~ Aaron SchmidtBeach survery ~ Tom GrimmerSand sample under microscope ~ Aaron Schmidt Our winter Pacific sand lance season was kicked off with eggs being found on Cortes Island on November 6! Later in the month eggs were found at Shingle Spit...

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Giving Tuesday 2023

Giving Tuesday 2023

This year’s Giving Tuesday was an outstanding success. $23,063 was raised for environmental restoration, research and education in 2024. Thank you to everyone who participated, especially our Estuary Angels who put forward $10,000 in matching funds.

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