Stream Watch, founded in 1994 by the Chugach National Forest and a group of concerned citizens, is an award winning volunteer program that promotes river stewardship on Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula. Dedicated volunteers receive all of the training and supplies, including volunteer campsites, to share information on fishing regulations, bear safety and river protection while completing river stewardship projects on the Kasilof, Kenai and Russian Rivers.
In addition to local anglers, hundreds of thousands of people come to the Kenai Peninsula to enjoy some of the best trout and salmon fishing on the planet. The impacts of this can be many. Kenai Peninsula rivers need your help to keep the great outdoors great. Your presence, your concern and your Stream Watch efforts will have a lasting effect.
Click on the links below to learn more about how you can make a difference with Stream Watch:
For more information or to register:
Stream Watch Coordinator
Kenai Watershed Forum
Stream Watch Partners
The Stream Watch program relies heavily on support from dedicated volunteers and is made possible through support from several partners including Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Alaska Geographic, Alaska Recreation Management, Alaska State Parks, City of Kenai, City of Soldotna, ConocoPhillips, Kenai River Sportfishing Association, Kenai Peninsula Borough, Kenai Watershed Forum, the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, and the USDA Forest Service. The program is also made possible through generous support from the Alaska Sustainable Salmon Fund.