The two-thousandth Stream Team has signed up in Missouri to check on the cleanliness of our waterways. The Stream Team program started 13 years ago. Coordinator Priscilla Stotts with the Natural Resources Department says it’s not just the popular floating and fishing steams that get the attention. She says Stream Teams spent more than 20,000 hours taking water samples from streams and another 35,000 hours pulling trash out of streams. Missouri has about 56,000 miles of streams. Stotts says thousands of miles of streams still need stream teams to help them.