Do you want to learn more about the Cowichan Estuary Restoration Project – the largest estuary project to take place on Vancouver Island? This initiative is the culmination of years of scientific research and planning and is set to revitalize 70 hectares of estuarine land – vital for the survival of coastal fish and wildlife species. According to recent projected modellings, 60% of this beloved estuary will be lost if this project is not completed, which is why it has become urgent to restore its resilience now. 

Join the experts behind this project virtually on Wednesday, November 1st at 7pm PST to gain an in-depth understanding of the project’s history, science, projected impact, and work. This session will be highly informative and representatives from the Nature Trust of BC, Ducks Unlimited Canada, and the UBC’s Department of Forest Resource Management – Indigenous Ecology Lab will be available to answer your questions at the end.

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If you want to learn more about the project ahead of the session, check out the project’s website: