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Field sawmill wharf – Courtenay River In September 2017, Project Watershed and the K’ómoks First Nation reached an agreement with Interfor to purchase and restore the former Field sawmill site on the Courtenay River near the 17th street bridge. Kus-kus-sum … Continue reading
I decided to head back to the Headquarters Creek hatchery to see what had changed since my last visit, almost exactly four years ago in January 2014. Of course, I picked a rainy day, not that I really had a … Continue reading
Tsolum River Facility – Headquarters Creek The Department of Fisheries and Oceans Tsolum River Facility is one of those places that are just a bit difficult to find, partly because it is actually located on Headquarters Creek, but more so … Continue reading
The bridge over Harris Cove at the mouth of the San Juan River – Port San Juan Related Posts:The bridge over Roche CovePort San JuanVictoria – the MosaicNimpkish River bridge
The Cowichan River Estuary on a wet fall day Logs come in, wood products go out. That’s the basic process but it’s far from the entire story as the logs were cut in one location, loaded onto a ship or … Continue reading
Parliament Hill and the Ottawa River as viewed from Major’s Hill Park Related Posts:Ottawa – The Maintenance BuildingOttawa – Astrolabe TheatreThe hen partyA goat
A moment in time at the Cowichan River Estuary – reflections of nature on the water, and a moment reflecting on the vanishing forest products industry. Related Posts:Cowichan Bay – man and natureCowichan Bay – EaglesCowichan River Estuary – Stone … Continue reading
St Ann’s Catholic Church viewed from the Cowichan River Estuary Related Posts:St Ann’s Roman Catholic ChurchSt Ann’s Catholic Church and CemeteryCowichan River Estuary – Stone Butter ChurchStone Butter Church
The eagles over the Cowichan River Estuary don’t appear to be bothered by the freighters anchored in Cowichan Bay. Neither do they appear to be in the least concerned with the wooden pilings that were once used for log booming. … Continue reading
Eagles in a tree overlooking the Cowichan River estuary Related Posts:Cowichan River Estuary – Stone Butter ChurchCowichan Bay – man and natureStone Butter ChurchBoxcar