1819 Hannibal Stream Team #4705
1819 Hannibal Stream Team was formed to help protect Hannibal’s many waterways.
All Missourians rely on streams in one way or another and many of our streams could use a little help. They need people who love clean water, good fishing and healthy habitat to take care of them, year after year.
That’s why the Missouri Department of Conservation, the Department of Natural Resources and the Conservation Federation of Missouri joined to develop the Stream Team Program in 1989. Promoting citizen awareness and involvement, Stream Team is a hands-on program for people who want to learn about, care for and protect local waterways.
The 1819 Hannibal Stream Team plans storm drain stenciling, water quality monitoring, tree planting and river cleanups. Check out our upcoming events HERE. If you would like to join the team, please fill out a volunteer application and bring it to Brian Chaplin in City Hall (320 Broadway, 2nd floor - Department of Public Works office).