Curious about what all those citizen scientists with UVic’s Xwulqw’selu (Koksilah) Connections project have been finding? Here is a presentation on their first year’s work, and what it is revealing about connections between the watershed’s tributaries and aquifers. Click here for a 1 hour video of a recent presentation to update the volunteer team. Filmed […]
The severe drought on the Sunshine Coast is no surprise to many who have been trying to raise awareness about water issues for years. Here are some of the solutions on the table. Read the article here. By Stephanie Wood Oct. 21, 2022 Deborah Curran, executive director of the Environmental Law Centre, said B.C. needs to be […]
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.
By Shalu Mehta | August 12, 2022 A group of citizen volunteers is mobilizing to explore connections and create solutions for the Koksilah watershed. In June 2022, a group of community members gathered near the Xwulqw’selu Sta’lo’ (Koksilah River) to sign up for a community science project. As hot dogs and veggie dogs grilled over […]