Welcome to Stream Team!
Begun as a one-year grant funded project in 1994, Stream Team has grown into a countywide, multi-activity program that has worked with thousands of volunteers to improve local water quality and stream habitat.  Through hands-on activities and educational efforts, Stream Team helps individuals achieve a sense of stewardship for our local streams, forests, and wildlife.  Volunteers and public participation are the backbone of the Stream Team organization, and people of all ages can get involved in a variety of ways, from water quality monitoring to planting native vegetation along streams.  Other action projects such as stormdrain marking and stream clean-ups provide additional opportunities to get involved.  Stream Team is also available to give presentations, tours, and workshops on topics such as salmon, native plants, water pollution, and other stream subjects.
 
There are many volunteer opportunities offered in the Stream Team program.  Depending on your interests and schedule, you can become a stream monitor, participate in a habitat enhancement project, or just keep informed of what is happening with Pierce Stream Team through our free, quarterly newsletter, the Tahoma View
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