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Fruit Tree and Farm Gleaning Update

Our Fruit Tree and Farm Gleaning programs are going strong! After a successful pilot in 2018, the Farm Gleaning season has seen a 350% growth so far in 2019, in terms of the volume of produce that has been redistributed throughout our community.

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LETTERS TO/FROM THE EDITOR

World Indigenous Peoples Day and the Comox Lake Watershed

As we review the state of our own watershed in the Comox Valley, let us listen to the world's indigenous peoples who have the knowledge we, as "Younger Brother", are so disconnected from. In honour of the 2019 World Indigenous Peoples Day, I ask that you watch the documentary, Aluna. We need to "see" our water through their eyes.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

World Indigenous Peoples Day and the Comox Lake Watershed

As we review the state of our own watershed in the Comox Valley, let us listen to the world's indigenous peoples who have the knowledge we, as "Younger Brother", are so disconnected from. In honour of the 2019 World Indigenous Peoples Day, I ask that you watch the documentary, Aluna. We need to "see" our water through their eyes.

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Sixth Street Bridge—Bringing People Together

As a back drop/inspiring vision about what building the proposed foot of Sixth Street pedestrian/cycling bridge across the Courtenay River might mean to our community, I was going to describe the immense coming together of community spirit that went into building the 50’x150’ community pavilion that is now the pride and centre of community life in the Village of Pemberton.

COLUMNISTS

Sixth Street Bridge—Bringing People Together

As a back drop/inspiring vision about what building the proposed foot of Sixth Street pedestrian/cycling bridge across the Courtenay River might mean to our community, I was going to describe the immense coming together of community spirit that went into building the 50’x150’ community pavilion that is now the pride and centre of community life in the Village of Pemberton.

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Project Watershed aims to raise $35,000 by October 20, 2019. “We are hoping that the publicity surrounding the dock removal helps us reach our October target early as we have another $35,000 target coming up in December,” reports Caila Holbrook, Project Watershed Manager of Fundraising, Outreach and Mapping. To donate or find out more about the project visit www.kuskussum.ca or www.projectwatershed.ca.

The complete article can be read at the following link: https://tidechange.ca/2019/08/13/kus-kus-sum-deconstruction-phase-1-dock-removal/

 

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Great finds at Habitat For Humanity's ReStore


Wednesday treasures. Our lovely display. Love seat $200, round glass tables $50 each and brown storage bench $60. Please call (250) 334-3784 to ask if the item is still available before heading out to Comox Valley ReStore. Thank you.

Debbie Bowman, ReStore Manager

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