Category Archives: Wetland Restoration

Scotch Broom

Media Release Scotch broom With sunny May weather comes the blooming of Scotch broom in the Comox Valley. It also means that community groups like the Broombusters and Comox Valley Nature will be out cutting it down. If you have … Continue reading

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In the News: Planting Native Species in Courtenay Airpark

On Tuesday October 22 several members of CV Nature planted native species in an area of the Courtenay airpark formerly infested with highly invasive Japanese knotweed. The knotweed was continuously cut every two weeks over the course of two years, … Continue reading

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Royston Trail Inventory

The Invasive Plant Inventory for the Royston Trail, done for the Comox Valley Regional District, is available here. You can download a printable PDF version¬†here ¬†(11 letter-size pages) Invasive Plant Inventory- Royston Trail Extension (2 MB pdf file – Adobe … Continue reading

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Burning at the Courtenay Airpark

    Fire and the Garry Oak Ecosystem   The Wetland Restoration Project had a unique opportunity to experiment with a prescribed burn in the Courtenay River Airpark recently. Why would we want to burn this popular park? In fact … Continue reading

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