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CV Watershed AGM and 20th anniversary

The Comox Valley Project Watershed Society is holding its Annual General Meeting at the Deep Bay Marine Field Station on Saturday, May 24, from 4:30-8:30.

The AGM will also serve as  the 20th anniversary of Project Watershed.

“With 20 years of outstanding stewardship for the Comox Valley watersheds from Deep Bay to the Oyster River, we have many accomplishments to celebrate, including sensitive habitat mapping, habitat restoration, and public awareness and education,” said board chairman Paul Horgen.

The evening begins at 4:30 p.m. with the business meeting, including an overview by the Horgen, and will include a variety of special awards, for individuals involved with the history and legacy of Project Watershed.

There will be displays, a video presentation, and a keynote address by Brian Kingzett, manager of the Deep Bay Marine field station on “Climate Change and Potential Ocean Acidification”, followed at 7:30 by a tour of the Marine field Station.

Call 250-703-2871 for more information.

 

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