Streamkeeping is a very rewarding pastime that can include the whole family. The Morrison Creek Streamkeepers are always looking for volunteer help with a wide variety of projects. Specific ways that you can get involved are:
- Assessment and monitoring
Activities include streamflow monitoring, counting adult and juvenile fish, habitat assessments, water quality monitoring, and more.
In-stream habitat works such as adding riffles or large woody debris, streamside re-vegetation and willow wattling, and more.
- Strategic planning
The Morrison Creek Streamkeepers board meets periodically to discuss current issues and the future direction of our organization. This is a good opportunity to go “behind the scenes” and make some positive change.
Bookeeping, phoning, proposal writing and editing- these are “the necessary evils of organization” – or “the “little jobs” that are crucial to the ongoing success of the MC Streamkeepers.
- Keeping your eyes and ears open!
Reporting any interesting plant and animal sightings, or problems such as habitat destruction, stranded fish or water quality issues can make a huge difference in protecting the Morrison Creek Watershed. Contact numbers are listed below- in most cases, interesting animal and plant sightings should only be reported to the MC Streamkeepers.