Yellow Fish Road™ Program

The Yellow Fish Road™ program educates students that storm drains are the doorways to our rivers, lakes and streams and anything other than rainwater can harm life in and around the water! This program shows students how they can be part of keeping our storm water healthy to ensure a safe water source for them and everyone downstream as well. Participants learn about the impact of pollution and what steps they can take to protect their local water, then they can take action by painting yellow fish symbols with the words ‘Rain Only’ by storm drains and distributing informative fish-shaped brochures to nearby households reminding people that ‘Only Rain Goes Down the Drain’. 

Sanitary Sewer System

With the support from the City of Saskatoon, we will also take a look at the Sanitary Sewer System, to learn the difference between this system and the Storm Drain System and the consequences of our daily actions. Students will learn a brief history of water sanitation, have an interactive discussion on how the sanitary sewer system works and learn how they can make a positive difference to the health of our sanitary sewer system and river!  

If you have a group ages 10-13 in Saskatoon and would like to find out more information on how to register, email us at

Did you know that storm water goes to our rivers untreated? 

Take these 9 actions to help protect your beautiful watershed from pollutants and harmful chemicals in stormwater!  

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Saskatoon, SK
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