Our focus is on volunteer driven, science based resource conservation and commitment to hands-on activities continues to grow. Our mission is “to conserve, protect and restore Canada's freshwater ecosystems and their coldwater resources for current and future generations”. Our programs have a watershed focus and are implemented directly by staff and through engagement of our local chapters, volunteers, and partners. Our programs and projects focus on assessment, monitoring and restoration work on freshwater systems, ensuring healthy water quality and quantity, healthy habitats and healthy freshwater fish communities.
Our three main education programs include the Stream Rehabilitation Training Program, the Water Edu-Kit program and the Yellow Fish Road program. For over 26 years, Trout Unlimited Canada's Yellow Fish Road (YFR) program has been educating youth with one simple message: "Only Rain Down the Drain"; that storm drains are the doorways to our waterways. This award-winning environmental education program (winner of the 2015 'Water Challenge" Emerald Award) focuses on educating youth in schools and community groups and links learning to action, as participants taking part in a storm drain painting project become water stewards.
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