Looking to get your hands dirty to celebrate Earth Week, then look no further! We will be planting native species, removing invasive species, mulching, repairing rabbit fencing and weeding around the Airpark Lagoon.
Earth Week Information Booths
We are looking for volunteers to help spread the word about Project Watershed through information booths for Earth Week.
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.
Seedy Saturday Booth
Project Watershed would like to participate in this year’s Seedy Saturday event. We will need two sets of two volunteers who will each manage our booth for a three-hour shift. We will be spreading information, selling our fundraising items, and encouraging people to become volunteers/members/donors.
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KKS Winter Planting and Weeding
We will be replanting some potted plants that floated out of their spots with the winter floods, and moving some plants to better locations. We will also be weeding the upland plantings.
Installing Sponsored Salmon on Kus-kus-sum Fence
We are looking for a few handy people to help install salmon signs that have been sponsored on the Kus-kus-sum fence. Prior to installation the wooden salmon will have to be coated with 3 coats of varathane. Some of the salmon may need holes drilled in them so that a wire can be inserted. Once the salmon are coated and drilled, they can be put on the fence with wire.
Join Jay Baker French for some planting and mulching of native species to create a new hedgerow at Comox Bay Farm, in partnership with Lentelus Farms and Ducks Unlimited Canada. There will also be some invasive species removal.
Citizen Science Seal Monitoring for Kus-kus-sum
Your contribution is greatly appreciated, thank you for participating!Make a donation to celebrate a special someone and they receive a gift card.Welcome to our pinniped observation guide and data submission page! "Pinniped" is a Latin word meaning "fin-footed," and...
Join Jay and Virginia from Project watershed for our first Kus-kus-sum citizen science monitoring project with Seal or Pinniped monitoring at various locations from Condensory Road Bridge toward Kus-kus-sum along the Courtenay River Estuary.
Thank you for Volunteering
Your time and energy are greatly appreciated!All volunteers will receive an invite to our yearly appreciation party once it has been scheduled.
Tin Town Christmas Open House and Sale
The Tin Town Christmas Open House and Sale is a one-of-a-kind community event for the whole family. We are looking for a few volunteers to help us sell merchandise, signup members/volunteers and accept donations.