Stream of Dreams is an eco-education program that educates communities about their local watershed, rivers and streams, encourages behavioral change to conserve and protect water, empowers youth to make a positive environmental impact, and creates a community art legacy.
SNC is licensed to deliver this nation-wide community art and environmental education program. More info on the National Program here.
The Program is typically delivered within schools and includes 2-3 days of curriculum-based programming, depending on the number of student participants.
Throughout the workshops, students will learn about the importance of protecting fish habitat and protecting streams through a multi-barrier approach. Workshops are presented in individual classrooms to ensure that Ontario Science and Geography curriculum objectives are being met.
Following the in-class workshop, students will participate in a Visioning and StoryTelling Workshop and will be provided with a wooden fish canvas to paint for the mural. SNC and recruited parent volunteers will then mount the fish on the school’s fence as a lasting legacy for the school and community to enjoy.
If you know of a schoolyard fence that could use a colorful, fishy mural, contact SNC to discuss upcoming opportunities and program fees!