"Committed to the restoration of wild Pacific salmon in mid Vancouver
Island watersheds through habitat restoration and community engagement"
"Committed to the restoration of wild Pacific salmon in mid Vancouver
Island watersheds through habitat restoration and community engagement"
  • A Rain Garden Grows in Parksville

    A Rain Garden Grows in Parksville

    Rainwater pouring into storm drains from our streets, parking lots and other hard surfaces has a devastating effect on our streams and shorelines. Not only does the pollution in the water harm fish and other aquatic life, the volume of water that flows through the pipes during a heavy rainfall causes erosion and destroys critical habitat. Read More
  • Return of the Yellow Fish

    Return of the Yellow Fish

    Several years ago, MVIHES ran a Salmon Friendly Lawn Program that included handing out yellow fish lawn signs, like the one in the photo. The yellow fish are returning in the cause for water conservation. Read More
  • Shelly Creek Coho Habitat Restoration - Phase II

    Shelly Creek Coho Habitat Restoration - Phase II

    MVIHES is collaborating with the Snaw-naw-as First Nation in Phase II of the restoration of Coho Salmon rearing habitat in Shelly Creek. Read More
  • Volunteers on the Go - Part III

    Volunteers on the Go - Part III

    Welcome to the third edition in the series "Volunteers on the Go". Two of our activities that were on hold due to the pandemic are now back on line. Read More
  • Restoring Martindale Pond Fish Habitat

    Restoring Martindale Pond Fish Habitat

    In early September, we took on one of our biggest fish habitat restoration projects in our 20-year history Read More
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