Streamkeepers' qualitative reports assessing overall watershed health, based on rapid bio-assessment streamwalk protocol - see Streamwalk section of the Volunteer Handbook.
Bagley Creek Streamwalk Report
The 3rd annual Streamwalk on Bagley Creek covered 7 different sites ranging from near the headwaters by Township Line Road to the mouth.
Bell Creek Streamwalk Report
This Streamwalk was planned as an introduction to the diversity of Bell Creek and the complexity of the issues represented by the landscapes through which the stream flows.
Cassalery Creek Streamwalk Report
It was decided to start at the origin of the creek and go to its exit and to sample representative areas in between, given that none but the MacRobbies were familiar with Cassalery Creek.
Ennis Creek Streamwalk Report
Ennis Creek is one of the Streamkeepers streams with two study sites, one site is just off of the South end of the parking lot used by Rayonier, located between their truck route and Ennis Street; the other site is just West of Roosevelt Middle School playfield.
Johnson Creek Streamwalk Report
Johnson Creek road heads toward Burnt Mountain off Happy Valley Road.
Lees Creek Streamwalk Report
Our Streamwalk began upstream on the east fork of Lees Creek at Draper Road.
Little River Streamwalk Report
The South Fork provided water for the city of Port Angeles many years ago, and remnants of the water system are easily seen along the trail.
McDonald Creek Streamwalk Report (PDF)
On February 1, 2014, five Streamkeeper volunteers left the Saturday morning comfort of their homes to descend the last 1.4-mile stretch of McDonald (the officially recognized name according to Ed Chadd) Creek on foot, to its terminus at saltwater.
Morse Creek Streamwalk Report
This streamwalk occurred on July 13, 2002.
Peabody Creek Streamwalk Report
The downstream walk of Peabody Creek began approximately one mile from the Park Service visitor center on the Peabody Creek trail.
Valley Creek Streamwalk Report
We toured the new estuary and facilities, and then drove up Valley Street for a look at old reach 2 and 3 where we parked for a hike up to the fish ladder under Highway 101. We conducted a Streamwalk survey of old reach 4.