Kansas StreamLink Program

General Information

412 East 9th Street
Kaw Valley Heritage Alliance
Lawrence, KS 66044 United States


Organization Narrative

Kansas StreamLink is a statewide watershed education program of the Kaw Valley Heritage Alliance (KVHA). KVHA's dedicated staff and leadership have extensive experience with watershed community development. Watershed restoration and protection of the Wakarusa River Valley is also a major project of the Alliance. StreamLink began working with stream teams in 1998. We have extensive records of Kansas' stream teams including local program details, group activity logs, site records, and observation submissions. StreamLink's watershed-correlated website provides a public interface with local stream teams. The program uses a variety of multidisciplinary and multimedia techniques to provide for Kansas' watershed educational needs. Instructional support is tailored to specific watersheds and designed to fit the needs of program participants. StreamLink is also available for the design and development of community water resource projects.


General Services

  • Education

Service Area

Basin Map

Kansas StreamLink Program provides services in the areas listed below:

  • All - We serve the entire state

Copyright 2019 Kansas Watershed Restoration and Protection Strategy
This project funded in part through the Kansas Water Office, with appropriations from the Kansas Water Plan Fund; and the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, through EPA Section 319 Nonpoint Source Pollution Control Grant # C9007405-11.