Since its formation in 2002, the Peninsula Streams Society has actively pursued its goal of restoring and protecting healthy aquatic ecosystems. A primary objective is to improve the ecological sustainability of watersheds. These dynamic natural systems are critical to the health of streams and other freshwater ecosystems and near-shore marine areas. We support more than 13 local stewardship groups, whose members contribute thousands of hours annually restoring streams, collecting water samples, releasing salmon fry and much more. Our environmental education programs reach more than 1,200 students at 15 schools annually. Restoring salmon stocks through stream restoration and habitat conservation projects is central to our purpose. We plan, fundraise for and implement these projects in partnership with local stakeholders and stewardship groups.