Diane Huskinson
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2017 News Releases

June 16: Drivers rally for fresh water

June 2: Arscott takes reins as Stroud Center’s executive director

May 11: Award-winning web toolkit helps protect fresh water

April 27: Volunteers plant 1,140 trees along Red Clay for National Volunteer Week

Apri 6: Stroud Center honors Eagle Scout for design of outdoor education kiosk

2016 News Releases

November 11: Stroud Center celebrates National Park Service’s commitment to fresh water

October 18: Fostering Community Partnerships through STEM Education

September 23: C-SAW offers free assistance for cleaner water resources

July 20: 2016 Stroud Award for Freshwater Excellence to be presented to the National Park Service and its director, Jonathan Jarvis

July 14: Volunteers to Monitor Threats to Water for 15 Million People

April 19: Crayfish may help restore dirty streams, Stroud study finds

2015 News Releases

October 28: Clean, Fresh Water is Essential to Bhutan’s Gross National Happiness

October 20: Stroud Center scientist takes “rotator” post at National Science Foundation

September 1: Study will investigate storm impacts on fresh water

July 17: Court Ruling a Victory for Chesapeake Bay

June 1: Alexandra Cousteau to Receive Freshwater Award in Kennett Square, Pa.

May 18: Science, not politics, should guide Clean Water Act clarification

April 30: Stroud Water Research Center Honored with two Conservation Awards

April 21: Delaware River Basin Deserves Federal Protection

April 2: Dansko Co-Founders Take Their Place Among Who’s Who at Stroud Water Research Center

March 26: Stroud Center Gets Award for Environmental Education Programs

March 23: New Board Members Help Stroud Center Advance Mission

February 9: Grant Supports Total Watershed Restoration to Reduce Flooding, Improve Habitat

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About Stroud™ Water Research Center
Stroud Water Research Center seeks to advance knowledge and stewardship of fresh water systems through global research, education, and restoration and to help businesses, landowners, policymakers, and individuals make informed decisions that affect water quality and availability around the world. Stroud Water Research Center is an independent, 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization.