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K’omoks is the “Land of Plenty”

Comox , British Columbia Canada


KOMO GWAY Oysters & Clams

PROUDLY PRODUCED BY THE K’OMOKS FIRST NATION’S PENTLATCH SEAFOODS LTD


K’omoks First Nation’s Pentlatch Seafoods Ltd. Purpose 1. Pro-active role in management of our shellfish resources 2. Ensure the sustainability of the K’omoks People, which is measured culturally, environmentally and economically 3. Capacity development for treaty purposes


Determination

We will either find a way, or make one Hannibal


Komo Gway

Pacific Oysters~Ma n i l a C l ams


Komo Gway

Oysters & Clams are grown in the cool pristine waters of Baynes Sound, British Columbia Canada


Komo Gway Pacific Oysters


KOMO GWAY Oysters


Pacific Oyster Seed 15 million dispersed


2-3 year grow out period


The name “Pentlatch” translates to “Full Belly” Komo Gway Oysters showcased at Comox Shellfish Festival 2007


Komo Gway Honey Brown Clams


KOMO GWAY Honey Brown Clams


Sustainability-85 million manila clam seed dispersed


Hurry up and grow


3 Years later


The K’omoks First Nation utilizes the shellfish resources in the Baynes Sound & Comox Harbor areas for both food, social and economic purposes

WATER QUALITY ISSUES ARE OF EXTREME IMPORTANCE TO US


Monitoring Water Quality through Microbial Source Tracking Project


PSL recognized as Role Model for Aboriginal Youth


2008 Science, Technology & Innovation Awards-Shellfish Aquaculture


2012 National Aboriginal Achievement Award Resource Management & Environmental Stewardship


Lateral Diversification-2012 Geoduck Aquaculture at Comox Bar KFN needs DFO support


Lateral Diversification 2012 Rafting culture at Henry Bay KFN needs DFO support


Vertical Diversification 2012 Develop Processing and Depuration Facility


Pentlatch Seafoods Ltd Ensuring the sustainability of the K’omoks First Nation for future generations.


1030 am - Panel Industry - SHELLFISH FARMING - RICHARD HARDY