Cowichan Watershed Board’s new Stth’aqwi’ (chinook) salmon mascot can’t help but shimmy when she meets friends working to improve watershed health. And it seems we can’t resist either! It feels good to do good. Go Stth’aqwi’ go!
This is a snapshot of some of the people our Roving River Reporter outreach crew met during the summer of 2021. See interviews with them all on this YouTube Channel, or search #BigDancingFish for social media.
Cheri Ayers is a local fish biologist who grew up on the Koksilah River, and is now serving as the Fish Habitat and Flows Assessment Project Manager for the Twinned Watersheds project. She describes this important partnership effort to better understand climate and other impacts on fish habitats in the Koksilah and Chemainus Rivers so […]
Elodie tells us about the ‘terrestrial’ or land part of riparian ecosystems that are also important for fish habitat, and her work with the Twinned Watersheds Project in the Koksilah and Chemainus Rivers, 2021.
The Cowichan Watershed Board’s new Stth’aqwi’ (Chinook) salmon mascot will be visiting field scientists, planting crews, artists, and other watershed stewards throughout the summer to learn what they are doing and why it might give a wild fish hope for its future! Here is a little clip from Stth’aqwi’s first encounter with the Twinned Watersheds […]