Entries by Caila Holbrook

K’ómoks Estuary Seafood Dinner 2016

Date: June 15th Time: 5:00pm – 9pm Location: Locals Restaurant Cost:  $100* – get $10 off membership to Project Watershed if you purchase with your ticket! *Charitable tax receipts available for 40% of the ticket Please email projectwatershed@gmail.com if you have any special dietary requirements (gluten free etc…) Description: A traditional welcome by the K’ómoks […]

Pieces of an Estuary ~ Opening and Exhibit

Pieces of an Estuary is a dynamic environmental art and public education project in consultation with the David Suzuki Foundation and in partnership with Project Watershed. The project was offered as a combined studio and humanities course at North Island College this Spring, as part of the collaborative BFA program with Emily Carr University of […]

Interactive K’ómoks Estuary Map Online and 2016 Keeping It Living Campaign Underway

Project Watershed officially launched the Interactive K’ómoks Estuary Map and 2016 Keeping It Living Campaign at the Conservation Centre Open House February 26th. It was a packed event and a warm welcome to the Coastal Invasive Species Committee, the newest member of the Conservation Centre. The Interactive K’ómoks Estuary Map was shown on multiple computer […]

Project Watershed’s Community Forum on Field’s Re-Envisioning Attracts 150

(Scroll down to find the petition at the bottom of this page – Petition open til Nov 3rd) On November 3, 150 Comox Valley residents including four City of Courtenay Councillors, two regional Directors, Chair of the CVRD Board and one Town of Comox Councillor participated in a Community forum where Project Watershed presented its […]

40 Knots Winery Donates $1 for Every Safe Haven Sold

Project Watershed is excited to announce a new stewardship partner in the protection and restoration of Comox Valley Watersheds and the K’omoks Estuary – 40 Knots Winery. Located on Anderton Road in Comox, 40 Knots Winery is the largest grape winery in the Comox Valley and the new owners, Brenda and Layne Craig, are committed to producing […]

Fields Sawmill Restoration Vision

Comox Valley Project Watershed Society (PW) has launched an initiative to acquire and restore the old Fields site to a natural state to meld into the “Hollyhock Flats” conservation area adjoining the south end of this industrial property. Our vision incorporates one large contiguous conservation area with streams, wetlands, trails and signage for public education […]