Peninsula Streams Society helps coordinate stream restoration and habitat conservation on the Saanich Peninsula, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Do you know which watershed you live in?

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Please show your support by purchasing an individual membership for $5/year. Send $5 to us at: 9860 West Saanich Road, North Saanich, British Columbia, V8L 4B2. Be sure to include your full name and address, so that we can mail you your membership card.  


If you have a concern about a waterway on the Saanich Peninsula or want more information, please give us a call at (250) 363-6596 or email us.

If you notice a spill (oil, chemical or otherwise) in/near a waterway on the Saanich Peninsula, please report it immediately to the Provincial Emergency Program at 1-800-663-3456. We are interested in knowing the details, so please also email/call us with the following details: location of spill, time, spill description (appearance, smell, wildlife/fish interactions).

For a comprehensive list of who to call  in the event of an emergency, please see page 2. of the SIPS Fall Newsletter 2013.

For a detailed look at the Peninsula, your neighborhood and watershed, visit:

CRD’s Regional Community Atlas
North Saanich GIS
Saanich GIS
View a PDF of Greater Victoria Watersheds

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Recent Posts

A Great Hagan Creek Work Party!

Submitted by Denis Coupland, Coordinator, KENNES (Hagan/Graham Creek) Watershed Project

We had a great turn-out for the KENNES (Hagan/Graham Creek) Watershed Project Work Party last Saturday morning and we got most of the work done that we wanted. Rather than describing it in detail I’ll let the pictures below do the talking (photos by Bill Kennedy and Francesca Loro). I really want to thank everybody who came out and made the day a success. Also Red Barn Market for the great lunch they provided. And, just in case you weren’t able to make it, we’ll be having another one in the spring. It’s surprising how much of a comeback the Himalayan Blackberries have made and the Scotch Thistles have really got a foothold in the previously cleared areas. We’ll need to whack them before they get into their rapid growth period again next summer. Thanks once more to everybody!

Here’s most of the crew who were at the Hagan Creek workparty last Saturday just after Ian (Peninsula Streams) briefed us on the work plan for the day.


Ryan loads a wheelbarrow and then follows Colin to the worksite.

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Ian explains to me the job of deepening and lining the side channel with gravel
while Peter and Colin do some real work and Todd and Ryan take a breather.

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Robin wields a mean scythe against the Scotch Thistles.

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The pond on a picture-perfect fall morning.


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