Established in 1995, Ontario Streams is a non-profit charitable environmental organization dedicated to the conservation and rehabilitation of streams and wetlands, through education and community involvement. Since our inception, we have worked closely with numerous communities, landowners, and school groups to develop lasting partnerships in education and environmental stewardship.
With over 20 years of experience, Ontario Streams has continued to demonstrate leadership in aquatic ecosystem rehabilitation, using the principles of Natural Channel Design. We have been sought after for information on an international level, however our most significant work has taken place in Southern Ontario. To date, many of Ontario Streams' projects have occurred in and around the Greater Toronto Area, where the need for rehabilitation has been greatest. We regularly coordinate several projects with activities such as tree planting, garbage clean-up, habitat creation, bioengineering, biological monitoring, mitigating fish barriers, and restoring and creating wetlands.