We hear you. The Cowichan Valley’s natural environment is a big part of what makes this place special. But the Cowichan environment is changing. You’ve told us your concerns about water, flooding, fire, drought and climate change. You have questions about land development, agriculture and forestry.
The Discourse Cowichan team is here to go deeper than the daily news to give you the information you need to navigate this changing environment.
Send curious water questions that we might be able to help answer.
A little tree hugging is good for you, too
North Cowichan’s forestry decision shows what democracy can look like.
The community came out in force to give input on the future of municipal logging.
Who should bear the costs of protecting Cowichan’s water?
The community heads to the polls to vote on a water referendum this October.
The Cowichan Valley Regional District says a vote in favour will ensure we have enough of the water we love.
It’s why we live here. No wonder the Cowichan Valley Regional District’s referendum on water is bringing up big questions.