to Deep Waters"

We restore and protect aquatic ecosystems throughout Greater Victoria

About the Society

Since 2002, Peninsula Streams Society has coordinated restoration and habitat conservation projects throughout Greater Victoria.

We build healthy aquatic habitat that supports self-sustaining populations of native species in both freshwater and marine environments. This is accomplished through research, restoration, innovative projects, public education and land stewardship.

Learn more

Featured Webinar


We offer many ways for you to take action to protect and conserve local watersheds. Remove invasive plants. Clean up shorelines. Participate in stream restoration projects. Teach students. Meet like-minded people.


For nearly 20 years, Peninsula Streams has restored and protected watersheds throughout Greater Victoria. Today our work is more important than ever, as urbanization and climate change continue to degrade local watersheds, creeks and shorelines.


Help us protect watersheds throughout Greater Victoria by becoming a member. Together, we will make a lasting difference in the health of local creeks, watersheds and shorelines.

Curious About What Peninsula Streams Actually Does?

Click  below to see a presentation of what we achieved this summer and fall.
Read More

Colquitz River Restoration – In the News!

See page 10 in the Fall 2022 edition of ‘Our Backyard’ for an article written by Katrina Adams, Sr. Aquatic Biologist for PSS, outlining the ongoing salmon spawning habitat restoration project on the Colquitz River.   https://www.saanich.ca/assets/Community/Documents/Planning/OurBackyardFall2022Web.pdf
Read More

The most important species you’ve never heard of!

Sharing an event from Canadian Parks & Wilderness Society – BC   Join me next week! Learn about the tiny but mighty sandlance Donate  |  Take Action  | About   Meet our Marine Special Guest Pop quiz! What common west coast fish spends most of its life buried in the sand but is vitally important to the …

The most important species you’ve never heard of! Read More »

Read More