The restoration will occur in 3 phases. Click below to read more about each phase and scroll down to see a visual representation of the site features found on the restored Kus-kus-sum site. During Phase...
We got a first look at how a restored Kus-kus-sum will operate during storms and king tides this winter. It was exciting to see the high tides move over the steel wall and inundate the site.
Approximately 4,000 native plants were planted at the Kus-kus-sum site over six days this October! THANK YOU to the 160 volunteers who contributed to planting, mulching and watering during this time – we would not have been able to accomplish this without you.
Over the summer Comox Valley Project Watershed Society working with Leighton Contracting Ltd., a K’ómoks Economic Development Corporation joint venture partner, began the process of regrading the Kus-kus-sum site to natural streamside elevations.
The Kus-kus-sum project made great progress last year and large scale changes are planned to continue this year. We held a forum to share our restoration plans mid June, and have posted much of that information here as well. If you missed the virtual meeting, you can watch the recording on this page.
We are running the Sponsor a Salmon Fundraiser again this year to fill up the Kus-kus-sum fence and raise funds to complete the restoration.
Please join us for an evening of films and fundraising for two great causes. 100% of profits from this movie night will be split equally between the Cumberland Community Forest Society and the Project Watershed / Kus-Kus-Sum restoration. This great night of films...
If you would like more of your donation to go to our great cause, please try this wonderful new option: Comox Valley Community Foundation https://cvcfoundation.org/giving/make-a-donation/. They have a designated fund - Robin and Jennifer Harrison - which funds our...
Bill Heath, a Director on the board of Project Watershed, announces his donation of $25,000 to kick off the fundraising for the Kus-kus-sum Project.Related Posts