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Comox Valley Project Watershed Society was established by a small group of citizens concerned by declining fish stocks, water quality, and urban development in local watersheds. Currently, the organization focuses on three program areas: Sensitive Habitat Stewardship, Baynes Sound Stewardship, and Wetlandkeepers/Streamkeepers. This document offers an introduction to these programs and to our past and present partners.

Project Watershed is a registered non-profit society with Canadian charitable tax status. The organization is guided by a volunteer board.

What is community watershed stewardship? It is people working together and acting upon their collective sense of responsibility to take care of local aquatic environments. Stewardship is essential to maintain the health and integrity of our environment and our community. Healthy watersheds require a long-term commitment from its organizations, its businesses, its government agencies, and especially, its citizens.


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On Saturday, September 26, forty volunteers pitched in to collect garbage at Kus-kus-sum and Hollyhock Flats as part of the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup. The photos and short video captured from the day illustrate just how industrious it was.

If only #kuskussum could heal as easy as #FreeGuy or #deadpool. @VancityReynolds care to come help #unpaveparadise and be our hero here on Vancouver Island. #keepingitliving

Project Watershed has raised over $2.9 million for Kus-kus-sum and they are closer than ever to acquiring and restoring the site to natural habitat for fish & wildlife, climate change mitigation, reconciliation and community health.

Follow citizen scientists, staff, and students during a forage fish sampling day #beachspawn #foragefish #surfsmelt #pacificsandlance, #BCSRIF, #weshareawatershed

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