October 25, 2022 Living Water Smart in British Columbia: The Series Interview with Lori Iannidinardo, outgoing Chair of the Cowichan Valley Regional Board on Vancouver Island. Her key takeaway is that collaboration among all levels of government is necessary and essential to advance drinking water and watershed protection. Read the article here.
Xwulqw’selu / Koksilah Info Night
Come out and learn something new about where you live. Koksilah Watershed Community Info Night — Sharing Science and Recommendations from the 2021 Twinned Watershed Study Informative presentations will be provided by the project leaders for Environmental Flows, Fish Habitat, and Riparian Vegetation field studies that were conducted by local people in the lower […]
Job Posting EXTENDED: Executive Director
Application Deadline Extended to June 22, 2022 The Cowichan Watershed Board (CWB) is a local governance entity created in 2010 to promote water and watershed sustainability in the Cowichan/Koksilah watersheds, ancestral home of the Quw’utsun First Nation, Vancouver Island, BC. Co-chaired by the Cowichan Tribes’ Chief and the Cowichan Valley Regional District (CVRD) Chair, the […]
Report: Twinned Watershed Project – Xwulqw’selu/Koksilah River Environmental Flow Assessment
Video: Quw’utsun Sta’lo Skweyul 2021
Quw’utsun Sta’lo Skweyul (Cowichan River Day) took place on September 25th in 2021 on the shores of the Quw’utsun River, co hosted by Cowichan Tribes and the Cowichan Stewardship Roundtable. This video showcases a few highlights and speakers from the day. Produced by Shaw TV. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Od1piYO-W6g