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Read the May 8, 2014 Chico News & Review article about The Stream Team's 11th year of monitoring here.

Tune into KZFR 90.1 radio on the second Thursday of each month (7:05-7:15 am) Five-Mile and Then Some.


Why should you donate to The Stream Team?

The Stream Team continues to take a leadership role in promoting collaborative efforts in watershed protection efforts, and strongly believes the long-term success of these efforts depends on the ability to foster community collaborations that engage the community in effective watershed stewardship

The Stream Team began urban pollution prevention efforts in 2004, and initiated the evolution of community involvement in tracking the health of Big Chico Creek by establishing the Big Chico Creek Watershed Citizen Monitoring Program.

Thanks to the incredible dedication and over 20,000 hours of service contributed by The Stream Team volunteers, seven consecutive years of baseline water quality data has been secured. This information will help us understand long-term trends in watershed condition cumulatively resulting from restoration and land use management activities, and natural processes. The data collected will become more useful the longer it is collected, and we need your support to keep this effort moving forward.

To make a donation, contact:

Timmaire Hamill
(530) 342-6620