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Students from West Vancouver’s Mulgrave School spent the week of May 15-19 in the Comox Valley working on restoration projects with Project Watershed. Armed with new shovels, rakes, hoes, gloves and other implements, 14 students (age 14-17), three teachers and their field trip leader Lee Hardy spent four days working on shoreline restoration in the […]
The Comox Valley Council of Canadians is excited to present an open house and information update on the biggest, most ambitious ‘re-wilding’ project ever undertaken in the Comox Valley. Project Watershed (PW) and the K’ómoks First Nation share a dream to restore the old Fields Sawmill site on the Courtenay River to estuary salt-mash and […]
The Estuary Carol Walk is a unique opportunity to enjoy our beloved Airpark and Riverway during the winter season. Carolers will share universal spiritual and secular musical traditions with birds, seals, salmon and other residents of our community. “It’s not necessary to be a choir singer – like the other Estuary inhabitants, we’ll just […]
Official launch of Kus-kus-sum project draws a crowd, and thousands of dollars Dignitaries from Project Watershed, K’ómoks First Nation and the City of Courtenay addressed the crowd, and thanked everyone for the interest shown in the project. “I was really gratified, even inspired by what so many people had to say,” said Project Watershed board […]
Project Watershed forges ahead during the month of August with the major restoration project at Simms Park. This project involves the reworking of an off-channel habitat area for fish within a tidally influenced section of the Courtenay River. The existing off-channel was poorly constructed and did not function effectively. We are in the process of creating and installing culverts which will […]
Hello Volunteers, Project Watershed in partnership with CV Nature and the Courtenay Air Park are removing invasive blackberry next Tuesday. This is a call out for volunteers to help with the removal of invasive species. Date: June 06, Tuesday Time: 830 am – 1130 am Where to meet: Dan and team will meet you at […]
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