One man rescue mission saves fish at risk. by Stephen Hume

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August 06

Joe Saysell moving stranded salmon

Joe Saysell uses a homemade seine net to capture fingerlings on the offshoots of the Cowichan River, saving them by moving them to the cooler and more-oxygenated main channel. Photograph by: Vancouver Sun

These hot, dry, high summer mornings, just as the early sun slants in through the black cottonwoods and red cedars, sparkling on the riffles where the Cowichan River murmurs past, Joe Saysell will finish his tea on the deck, give his chunky, broad-headed Labrador retriever Sweet a pat and set out on his solitary mission to save fish... more

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Global News covers Cowichan river level issue

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Global News covers Cowichan river level issue

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August 05

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http://globalnews.ca/news/1493390/salmon-dying-due-to-severe-drought-of-vancouver-island-river/

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Water Woman visits kids at Cowichan Estuary Nature Centre

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July 31

nature_centre_-_smaller.jpgWater Woman had the help of some pint-sized side-kicks last week at the Cow Bay Nature Centre's Biology Camps. Together they discovered a leak in the centre's brand new toilets! Yay kids - that will save buckets of water right there!

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(Facebook - Cowichan Water Challenge)

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Superhero issues challenge to Cowichan

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July 18

Click here for great article and photo by Cowichan Valley Citizen July 18th

 http://www.cowichanvalleycitizen.com/news/superhero-issues-challenge-to-cowichan-1.1211296

 

Superhero issues challenge to Cowichan
Superhero issues challenge to Cowichan
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Costumed hero urges Cowichan to become water conservation Avengers

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July 17

Check out the News Leader Pictorial's coverage of Saturday's Water Challenge kick-off event at Duncan Daze.

http://www.cowichannewsleader.com/news/267343201.html

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