Working with the K’ómoks Nation towards Q’waq’wala7owkw on their unceded territory.

Working with the K’ómoks Nation towards Q’waq’wala7owkw on their unceded territory.

Project Watershed

Estuary Dinner Launches Elevate the Arts

Project Watershed is presenting "Dine Under the Sea" to raise funds and awareness about the K'omoks Estuary Tuesday 6-9pm at Zocalo Cafe. Showcasing Art, Music and Food this dinner will also launch the week of events associated with Elevate the Arts. A unique seafood...

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Birding for All Ages

As part of the Keeping It Living Campaign Project Watershed held a bird walk Saturday the 4th of May. The walk was led by Art Martell, a well-known birder in the Comox Valley. He took the group to a hidden estuary habitat teaming with birdlife right in the middle of...

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2nd Annual Carol Walk along the Estuary

The tradition of people going around a neighbourhood singing Christmas carols is a very ancient one. However, in the Comox Valley, it’s quite a new tradition. It is a great way to experience the Estuary during the Winter season.   On Tuesday, December 5, 4:00 ­-...

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Eelgrass Restoration

Project Watershed would like to thank our volunteers from Superstore, North Island College and around the Valley for their assistance with this important task and especially for doing it at 6:30 in the morning! Our intrepid group of volunteers showed up at 6:30 in the...

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A Special Day on the water in the Comox Valley

Hello From the Comox Valley Project Watershed Society, Estuary Working Group, A special day for Families, Visitors,and Local Residents : 'Keeping it Living 2012' is the third year of the campaign raising awareness for the protection & restoration of the Courtenay...

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