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.
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.
Our 30th Annual General Meeting on June 10th, 2023, was one to remember. Thanks to the Comox Valley Regional District and Councilor Will-Cole Hamilton, we were able to hold the meeting in the Regional District’s Civic Boardroom. The advanced technical and purposeful physical aspects of the room made it easy to facilitate our first combined in person/online AGM
Director at Large
Meet our new Restoration and Research Lead!
Forage Fish Research & Monitoring Project Lead
The Keeping It Living Dinner held on Sept 17, 2022 was an all round success! It was great to be able to celebrate our accomplishments and projects from the year in person with members of our community. In addition to the great food, music and wine, we also raised $8,000 for environmental restoration and research!
Financial & Administrative Specialist
Your contribution is greatly appreciated!