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Are you interested in learning more about the health of our local streams and creeks? The CVCP is hosting the basic beginners Streamkeeper Course for May 17-19th with Michele Jones. Contact Erin Nowak to register email@example.com. Project Watershed members get $15 off – another good reason to become a member or renew your membership! We […]
Project Watershed has been around since 1993 – mapping and restoring habitat, creating educational materials, and conducting environmental research projects. In the last few years, Project Watershed has embarked on some large scale projects including the Kus-kus-sum initiative, which aims to raise $6.5 million for the acquisition and restoration of an abandoned sawmill, and the […]
Learn how to use natural materials to restore eroding creek banks! Please join David Polster and the Fanny Bay Salmonid Enhancement Society for a free day of education in exchange for your volunteer labour on days 2 & 3. Pre-Registration is required! Dress appropriately. Email: Judy Ackinclose to confirm your attendance – firstname.lastname@example.org. For more […]
Please join us for an evening of films and fundraising for two great causes. 100% of profits from this movie night will be split equally between the Cumberland Community Forest Society and the Project Watershed / Kus-Kus-Sum restoration. This great night of films will take place on May 3rd at the Cumberland Cultural Centre on Dunsmuir Ave. […]
If you would like more of your donation to go to our great cause, please try this wonderful new option: Comox Valley Community Foundation https://cvcfoundation.org/giving/make-a-donation/. They have a designated fund – Robin and Jennifer Harrison – which funds our Kus-kus-sum project! https://cvcf.fcsuite.com/erp/donate/create?funit_id=1015 The Comox Valley Community Foundation has a new online donation portal for all […]
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