Pacific sandlance eggs ~ Aaron SchmidtBeach survery ~ Tom GrimmerSand sample under microscope ~ Aaron Schmidt Our winter Pacific sand lance season was kicked off with eggs being found on Cortes Island on November 6! Later in the month eggs were found at Shingle Spit...
A huge thank you to all our industrious volunteers and supporters who came out to assist with our fall planting at Kus-kus-sum!
It has been a productive year at Glen Urquhart. There is lots more to do but we are already seeing the fruits of our labour.
To support organization of legacy data from Project Watershed’s recent and ongoing coastal restoration projects, and to assist with development of a data management protocol.
This year’s Giving Tuesday was an outstanding success. $23,063 was raised for environmental restoration, research and education in 2024. Thank you to everyone who participated, especially our Estuary Angels who put forward $10,000 in matching funds.
The weather is looking like fall and with the brief skiff of snow recently Project Watershed staff are beginning to look to the winter forage fish season.
Help us welcome visitors to the Project Watershed office during this year’s Tintown Christmas Open House!
Join us on Sunday December 3rd for our annual carol walk!
Project Watershed will be selling some items at this year’s Fiesta winter market as well as accepting donations. We need a few volunteers to help staff our booth.
The operations manager will support PW core organizational functions like managing staff and human resources, managing operational goals and deliverables, and increasing the organization’s quality, efficiency, and productivity.
Project Watershed’s Forage Fish team is coming to Tofino to share our research. Join us for a lecture on the importance of forage fish, their biology, ecology, and our west coast project plans to map this ecologically important habitat.
Please note that this posting is now closed as the position has been filled.