The Voices of Victoria speaker series continues with a presentation on the Bowker Creek Biodiversity Corridor Vision with Soren Henrich, from the Friends of Bowker Creek Society. Learn how the urban watershed got to the condition it is in now and discuss how we might go forward from here.
Imagine a healthy Bowker Creek urban watershed, where a diversity of birds, animals, pollinator insects, native plants live in balance and harmony within the city – a Biodiversity Greenway that connects the many communities and people that live in the Bowker Creek watershed, a multi-use pedestrian bicycle path accessible from many points that connects Oak Bay to the existing regional trail system.
Guest speaker, Soren Henrich is passionate about urban watershed renewal since he realized the value of rain in the city. He is the chairman of the Friends of Bowker Creek Society and has served as a community representative on the CRD Bowker Creek Initiative Steering Committee since 2006. He will talk about how the urban watershed got to the condition it is in now and discuss how we might go forward from here.
There will be a 20-minute presentation with Q&A afterwards.
Brought to you by the Victoria-Beacon Hill and Oak Bay-Gordon Head Riding Associations.
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