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Project Watershed, K’ómoks First Nation announce deal to purchase, restore former Field Sawmill site

Wall lining the Sawmill Site – image credit: RWard (RicksKopter)

Project Watershedand the K’ómoks First Nation have reached an agreement with Interfor to purchase and restore the former Field sawmill site on the Courtenay River near the 17th street bridge.

“After several years of negotiations, we are pleased to announce that we have an accepted offer to purchase the property from Interfor,” stated Tim Ennis, Director for Project Watershed.  “Project Watershed, the K’ómoks First Nation and Interfor are all extremely excited to see this project take a positive step forward, but now it is time for the heavy lifting to start.” Read more

Thank You Comox Valley

Over the past few months various individuals and businesses have raised over $7000 for Project Watershed’s protection and restoration efforts. Below is a list of the major community sponsors and events that have contributed to this total. Project Watershed would like to thank everyone for their support.

You are invited: 2017 Annual General Meeting!

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
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Bayside Cafe Fundraiser for Project Watershed May 13th

The Bayside Cafe has generously chosen Project Watershed for a Charity Fundraiser on May 13th. Please come and join your community for a burger or hot dog with cake giveaway! All proceeds will go to protecting the K’omoks Estuary.

Where: Bayside Cafe, 2760 Cliffe Ave, Courtenay
When: May 13th, 11 am – 2 pm

Thank you for supporting Project Watershed!