Cecelia Creek Project
Environmental Technology Co-op Team
Prepared For: The Veins of Life Watershed Society,Victoria BC
Prepared By: Robin Anderson, Rahab Cummins,
Tracy Soberg and David Vadocz
Camosun College Environmental Technology Program
Co-op Team, Victoria BC
On Saturday, October 14, 2000, members of the community celebrated
the completion of one phase of the Cecelia Creek Daylighting
Project. Various interest groups attended the gathering
that included a ceremonial planting of native species along
the bankside. The celebration was attended by The Gorge Burnside
Community Association, as well as CRD Water, The City of Victoria
Parks Department, The Victoria Esquimalt Harbours Actions Environmental
Program (VEHEAP), and of course The Veins of Life Watershed
|A section of Cecelia Creek has been daylighted to
improve habitat for aquatic life. Participants gather
to celebrate the completion of the engineering phase.
|Streamteam member Crystal plants native species along
the bank of Cecelia Creek to mark the completion of one
phase and the beginning of another.
|Laura Taylor and Dean Fortin congratulate all those
involved in the progress made at Cecelia Creek.