Interpretive and channel marker signs

In 2005, four large educational interpretive signs were installed, one for each municipality and one at the University of Victoria. In 2006, channel marker signs were produced to mark the open sections of Bowker Creek. When Hillside Mall was renovated in 2014 two interpretive signs were installed there, highlighting the green infrastructure installed onsite to reduce contaminants and flooding into Bowker Creek. The educational and channel markers raise awareness of the watershed and the initiative.

Bowker Creek watershed model

In 2006, the Stream Team Society worked with the Environmental Club from Oak Bay High School to build the Bowker watershed model. This interactive 3D model is a very popular outreach tool that demonstrates how a watershed works. To book this model for an event, contact Peninsula Streams Society.