The Center’s resources for the general public, government agencies, and citizen volunteers include:
- Public programs, either at the Stroud Center and off-site at your field site.
- In Support of Streamside Forests, a series of web pages and downloadable materials about the benefits of planting trees along streams. Also, a guide to resources for those interested in learning more about streamside forests.
- Resources for those interested in installing rain barrels to protect our streams, rivers, and lakes from runoff pollution.
- Information about the Educational Improvement Tax Credit for businesses.
- For those looking to identify aquatic macroinvertebrates, an identification key and a photo gallery.
- A River Resources page, for links to local and national organizations concerned with water quality, watershed advocacy, and environmental education.