Stream of Dreams

About Stream of Dreams

The Stream of DreamsTM is an eco-education program that teaches students (K-8) about their local watershed and the streams that flow or once flowed through them. Participants learn how they can all help take care of water, and the project’s legacy is its Stream of Dreams fish mural on your school fence.

Each student and staff member paints a fish to contribute to the mural, which acts as a lasting reminder encouraging behavioral change for the environmental protection and conservation of our water resources.

The program originated in Burnaby, British Columbia where it is administered by the Stream of Dreams Murals Society. Conservation Halton is proud to be the first organization to officially bring the program to Ontario and to our watershed!

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Contact us to find out how you can bring the Stream of Dreams program to your school, educational facility or festival / event. Send an e-mail to our Stream of Dreams Coordinator, call 905-336-1158, ext. 2324, or visit our FAQs for more information.