Youth and Ecological Restoration
Helping vulnerable youth build healthy community relationships with both the human and natural worlds.
Through restoring local watersheds with community members,
youth gain a sense of worth, belonging and place.
NEWS & EVENTS AT YER
Youth & Ecological Restoration (YER) is celebrating three events on February 21st from 7:00 to 9:00 at the Upper Native Sons Hall. YER has now been operating in the Comox Valley for fifteen years; the new YER video will be shown; and YER founder Wendy Kotilla has achieved a University of Victoria (UVic) 2019 Distinguished Alumni Award.read more
View the Millard Creek Headwaters Long-Term Ecological and Hydrological Study 2018read more
View the Millard Creek Rearing Channel 2018 Reportread more
I have been nominated to receive an award as 2018 Distinguished Alumni for University of Victoria, Division of Continuing Studies. The attached photo and biography will be published as part of the awards ceremony on February 5, 2019. I am incredibly honoured to be...read more
Youth and Ecological Restoration Program Annual Report 2017 – Visit the post to view this report.read more
Join us for the Youth and Ecological Restoration (YER) youth led fisheries tour at 3300 Fraser Road on August 26th at 12:00 pm. This a YERII project funded by Ministry of Children and Family Development and Millard Piercy Watershed Stewards (MPWS) (www.millardpiercy.org).read more
The Nymph Falls Nature Park Bio-Inventory – July, 2018 Report. It can be downloaded via the link below.read more
Two youth from Youth and Ecological Restoration (YER) (www.youthecology.ca) will be immersed in a five-day YERII project to learn about Millard Creek headwaters and the long-term water study. Tim Ennis of Latitude Conservation Solutions, Shiva Farjadian from GW Solutions and Wendy Kotilla, YER Coordinator will share knowledge with the youth.read more
On Friday, July 6th at 12:00 pm two youth from the Youth and Ecological Restoration Program (YER) will lead a 60 minute public tour at Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD), Nymph Falls Nature Park. This YER, Phase II project is funded by BC Ministry of Children and...read more