Please note that this posting is now closed as the position has been filled.
A very big thank you to all our members, board, staff, and community supporters for making 2022-2023 such an incredible and successful year! It’s only with the contributions of time, funding, and support from each and every one of you that we are able to restore and conserve the Comox Valley’s watersheds and sensitive habitats.
Here is a summary of our AGM on June 12th including the 50/50 Raffle winner, Volunteer Appreciation Draw, and Zoom recording.
Thank you to all our members, board, staff, and community supporters for making 2021-2022 Project Watershed’s biggest year yet! We managed and coordinated 5 different restoration projects, our Keeping It Living Dinner, brought in $1.8 million dollars in grants, and started restoration on our largest project to date, Kus-kus-sum.
The AGM will run from 7 pm to 8:30 pm. Participants are asked to preregister.
Despite the global pandemic, Project Watershed has made progress worth celebrating over the past year. There have been some major changes and we are continually adapting to the new normal. However, we remain dedicated to stewarding, and enabling others to steward, the Comox Valley and beyond. Our work is just as important as ever and we are grateful for all the people who have joined us over the past year. This report highlights our organizational changes and achievements between the beginning of summer 2020 and the end of spring 2021.
The Board of Directors is proud to announce the recruitment of an Executive Director to the Project Watershed team.
Your support is greatly appreciated!NEW THIS YEAR - All members will receive an invite to our member only event once it has been scheduled.
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...
You can pay for your membership online after filling out the form, by sending us a cheque or in person at our offices. You can also use these methods to make monthly or yearly contributions so that your membership and donations can be kept up to date automatically.
EVENT CANCELLED- Sorry for any inconvenience.
Join the fun of “Greening the Comox Valley ” by wearing green and celebrating St Patrick’s Day with us at 40 Knots Winery & Vineyard with our gracious hosts and Project Watershed supporters, Brenda and Layne Craig.
Project Watershed is holding our Annual General Meeting June 3rd! Date: Saturday, June 03 Time: 1 pm to 3 pm Location: K'omoks First Nation Administration Office Boardroom, 3330 Comox Rd, Courtenay Light Refreshments provided and a presentation on Historical Ecology...