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...
A huge thank you to all our industrious volunteers and supporters who came out to assist with our fall planting at Kus-kus-sum!
It has been a productive year at Glen Urquhart. There is lots more to do but we are already seeing the fruits of our labour.
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.
The weather is looking like fall and with the brief skiff of snow recently Project Watershed staff are beginning to look to the winter forage fish season.
This page is to direct you to the sign up area for the following volunteer activities, simply click on the link of the activity you would like to sign up for below. Kus-kus-sum Planting Fall 2023 - Project Watershed Forage Fish Sampling- Fall 2023/Winter - Project...
We celebrated our 30th Anniversary in style and raised our largest total yet at this years Keeping It Living Dinner.
During the fall’s Shoreline Cleanup 40 volunteers scoured over 20 km of beaches between the Little River Ferry Terminal and Trent River Estuary looking for garbage.
A visit from a furry watershed creature made Familty Watershed Day a extra special hit!
Help us celebrate Salmon Day through games and information about salmon and restoration at Puntledge SchooL
We are getting thousands of plants delivered to the site this week and are looking for volunteers to help get them in the ground before winter.
Come out and help look for beach babies!