Headwaters

to Deep Waters

We restore and protect aquatic ecosystems throughout Greater Victoria

About the Society

Peninsula Streams Society coordinates 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.

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Volunteer

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.

Donate

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.

Membership

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.

Building Hope for Salmon at Millstream Creek

Working on the Millstream Creek Fishway Project allowed Farmer Construction to further our understanding of how to use urban building knowledge to create salmon enhancement habitat.
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Rivers, Rain and Change

In spite of COVID-19 we’ve managed to begin beach cleanups, plan fall school programs, reinstated our volunteer water quality sampling, and are ramping up forage fish beach surveys
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Breaking Water by Building with Rocks

Over sixty metric tons of rock and spawning gravel have been added to the Swan Creek since 2014. This is about the weight of a space shuttle!
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