The Community Stream Steward Program (CSSP) is a multi-partner conservation and stewardship initiative hosted by the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters. With the aim of engaging landowners and communities, the program works to build a network of leaders in stream conservation, restoration, and stewardship across Ontario. The program provides these landowners and community members with the advice, support, and tools required to conduct coordinated stewardship activities along stream reaches within their neighbourhoods.
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In 2011, we were recognized by the Minister’s Award for Environmental Excellence – read more here!
The CSSP is based in Peterborough, Ontario and provides support and outreach to the surrounding area including Peterborough County, City of Kawartha Lakes, Northumberland County, Durham Region, York Region. If you are outside of this area, please feel free to Contact Us and we will refer you to one of our partner organizations.
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Stream Steward Training – Thursday October 18th & Saturday October 20th, 2012
Stream stewards are individuals who volunteer their time to become directly involved with improving the health of streams on their lands and within their communities. They act as advocates for positive stream stewardship and its benefits to the community and watershed as a whole. REGISTER TODAY!
“The future health and sustainability of coldwater streams depends on the individual and combined involvement of many organizations, associations and property owners.” ~ CSSP Stream Steward