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About Caila Holbrook
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Entries by Caila Holbrook
Project Watershed will be working in Simms Millennium Park this summer to improve the habitat in the area for fish and other wildlife. The Simms side channel is used by species such as Coho salmon, however it is not functioning as well as it could be. In order to access the pond habitat, fish must […]
Our first step is to compile items that already exist in the Comox Valley. If your organisation has already created any such materials, presentations, field trips, handouts, activities etc… on the topics of water, watersheds or Historical First Nation Resource Use please contact us at email@example.com.
Signs of Abundance Tour – The information on this page compliments that which appears on the sign that has recently been erected near the mouth of the Trent River. To go to the map of all the signs in this series click here.
Signs of Abundance Tour – The information on this page compliments that which appears on the sign that has recently been erected on the boardwalk at the bottom of Croteau Road in Macdonald Wood Park. To go to the map of all the signs in this series click here.
A bit of west coast weather didn’t douse the enthusiasm of the Arden Elementary Grade 2’s who participated in stewardship activities down at the Courtenay Airpark on Thursday May 11th. Project Watershed along with assistance from Caroline Heim of Tsolum River Restoration Society, Nancy Greene, archeologist and Jarret Krentzel of Hand-in-Hand Nature Education lead the students […]
Over the past few months various individuals and businesses have raised over $7000 for Project Watershed’s protection and restoration efforts. Below is a list of the major community sponsors and events that have contributed to this total. Project Watershed would like to thank everyone for their support.
April 23rd to the 29th was National Volunteer Week. Project Watershed’s success is absolutely a result of volunteerism. Some of the ways volunteers support Project Watershed include office administration support such as updating the Norma Morton Conservation Library and social media management. Volunteers also plan and attend public events, dress up as our Newt Mascot […]