CONVENING FOR ACTION IN THE COMOX VALLEY: Watershed Resilience Event Explores Climate Change, Collaboration and Landscape Restoration (October 21-22-23, 2020)
“Over the past 150 years, the Comox Valley landscape has been transformed by logging, coal mining, agriculture, road building, industry, and development. These altered landscapes are where the local impacts of climate change – flooding, erosion, and loss of biodiversity – first become evident. But these altered landscapes also hold the greatest potential for building resiliency. Kus-Kus-Sum, The Courtenay Estuary, Morrison Headwaters, Perseverance Watershed, Comox Lake – these places are at the heart of our local climate story,” stated Meaghan Cursons.