On the hot and sunny Saturday afternoon of August 25, 2012, members of the TUC summer field staff painted parts of Whitechurch-Stouffville yellow! Neighborhoods bordering or near Stouffville creek had yellow fish painted on their storms drains to remind citizens that only water should be going down the drains. As part of our Yellowfish Road™ program door hangers were also handed out to every house on the streets that were painted. Over the course of the afternoon over 65 storm drains were painted with a yellow fish, over 400 door hangers were hung, 1 ½ bags of garbage were collected and a drainage area of 404,000 m² was covered. Fun was had by all!