We are delighted to share that our annual “Keeping It Living” award has found well-deserved recipients for 2023. Each year, this esteemed award recognizes exceptional individuals or organizations that have displayed exemplary dedication to the protection and restoration of the K’ómoks Estuary and its surrounding environment.
We will be weeding and maintaining our riparian plantings along Glen Urquhart Creek as well as planting a hedgerow to support creek health, provide habitat complexity, and enhance biodiversity.
The Kus-kus-sum project is not without its challenges. The biggest challenge at present is soil quality.
Hello, I am Newton, and I am the Project Watershed mascot, I am a rough-skinned newt and not a dinosaur! Recently, I have been visiting schools, volunteer events, and historical projects as part of Project Watershed’s 30th Anniversary celebrations.
The Spectral and Remote Sensing Laboratory in the Department of Geography at the University of Victoria and Comox Valley Project Watershed Society in Courtney is seeking one highly motivated, full-time Postdoctoral Research fellow (PDF) to conduct applied research in pelagic modeling of forage fish species within the Salish Sea.
Beach cleanup time! We are looking for people to choose a beach area from the map and pick up any garbage they find there. We will do this as a decentralized cleanup, meaning that you and your group will pick a 1.5 to 2 km section of shoreline or riverway over which to hunt for garbage and other groups will pick other sections.
Project Watershed, along with other Comox Valley Conservation Partners, are putting together an interactive family friendly event focused on watersheds. We are looking for people to help setup/teardown and manage our booth and the kids tent at this event.
Our dinner event is just around the corner and we need a few awesome helpers to make sure everything is set up for the big evening!
Calling all volunteers and potential volunteers! We are holding a symposium for you to learn about Project Watershed and our volunteer activities. There will be snacks, drinks, giveaways and hands on fun.
The Kus-kus-sum project has been flourishing with significant strides in recent times, evoking a sense of hope and admiration among all those involved. The vision of revitalizing the once degraded site into a thriving habitat is now becoming a tangible reality.
Job posting Project Watershed and the Comox Valley Land Trust (CVLT) are hiring an administrative assistant. The position is for 30 hrs per week for a 12-month term with the possibility of extension. The successful applicant will work out of the Conservation Centre...
Canadian landscape painter, fly fishing master, skilled wing shot, epic story teller and environmental champion, Ken Kirkby, has died at his home on Vancouver Island. He was 82 and was active in his studio until a few weeks before his death, from cancer.