Stream Investigators

Explore and Have Fun!

Explore interactive river lab activities to discover what makes healthy streams.  From water tables to fishy-themed games, be ready to get a little wet and have fun!

Painting a reusable bag with a salmon drawing

Healthy Streams, Healthy Fish

Surrey has over 1400 kilometres of urban streams running through its neighbourhoods and parkland. These streams, both minor and major, provide spawning and rearing habitat for salmon and trout, as well as a myriad of wildlife species within each stream corridor. Preserving water quality and protecting these natural areas promotes healthy and productive stream environments.

Become a Salmon Marshal in your neighbourhood and help protect fish living in the City through free programs and events offered throughout Surrey. From 1-day drop in events, to volunteer experiences and work programs in our local streams, we have an option that will fit with your lifestyle. Visit us at Party for the Planet ‘Salmon Celebration’ booth to experience the fun activities you can do this year and learn about the Citywide ‘Storm Drain Marking Challenge’ starting up on May 9th where you can participate to help spread the word about protecting fish habitat AND for chances to win ipad MINIS!

Surrey high school students can also pick up summer job information for the Salmon Habitat Restoration Program and speak with post-secondary Team Leaders about the jobs available this summer!

 

 

Salmon Stewards

Explore the many options available for how you can become involved in protecting our great salmon species in the city.

From 1-day drop in events, to volunteer experiences and work programs in our local streams, we have an option that will fit with your lifestyle. Visit us at Party for the Planet to experience the fun activities you can do this year.