About Our Auction
Project Watershed and representatives from the K’ómoks First Nation have collected a variety of goods and services to auction in support of Kus-kus-sum. The Auction goes live on November 16th, 2020 at 12 pm and will continue through to 3 pm, just before the end of the Reverse Telethon, on November 28, 2020.The silent auction will be run entirely online, footage of the items will be streamed online as part of the Reverse Telethon on November 28th.
About Project Watershed
Comox Valley Project Watershed's mission is to promote community stewardship of Comox Valley Watersheds through education, information and action. The Kus-kus-sum initiative is one of our most ambitions projects to date.
Kus-kus-sum is the concrete area known as the old Field Sawmill next to the 17th Street bridge on Comox Road. Once restored the site will create 8.3 acres of fish and wildlife habitat, provide recreational and educational opportunities, help mitigate climate change, attenuate localized flooding and put indigenous reconciliation into action.
Beaded ‘Hybrid’ Wire Wrapped Pendant
Carved Wooden Rattle
by Richard Thomas
Heron on the Beach painting (unframed)
by Pamela Mitchell
Randy Pryce - Haida Artist Print
Sunrise from Goose Spit