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Map showing forested stream buffers in the west branch of Red Clay Creek with a photo overlay of brook trout fingerlings.

Landowners Partner With Stroud Center on Stream Restoration Across Watershed

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Something wonderful is happening on the west branch of Red Clay Creek. It is getting its trees back — and perhaps its native brook trout, too.

Lee Clark backpacking, Tracey Nguyen on a mountaintop, and Krysti Vo on a ski slope.

Stroud Center Welcomes New Board Members

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Stroud Water Research Center is pleased to welcome Lee Clark, M.A.B.C., Tracey Nguyen, J.D., M.B.A., and Krysti (Lan Chi) Vo, M.D., to its board of directors.

A woman kneeling in a stream collects a rock scraping sample for microbial analysis.

We’ve Missed This! Stroud Center Resumes Fish Monitoring

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It feels like a breath of fresh air for our research staff to resume our fish monitoring project in 37 streams of the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.

A boy carries a tree tube used to shelter a native tree in a streamside forest planting.

Earth Week Volunteers Give Streamside Forest a Helping Hand

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Stroud Water Research Center wrapped up Earth Week by revisiting two streamside tree plantings for spring maintenance.

Taking Stock of Big Picture, Strategic Priorities for Watershed Restoration

Taking Stock of Big Picture, Strategic Priorities for Watershed Restoration

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With scarce public resources to accomplish so many restoration outcomes across the Commonwealth, it’s imperative to maximize our effectiveness.

Employment Opportunity: Grant and Contract Administrator

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Stroud Water Research Center invites applications for a full-time position involving the effective and efficient management of sponsored project accounts.

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Urbanization pressures alter tree rhizosphere microbiomes

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Rosier, C.L., S.W. Polson, V. D’Amico, J. Kan, and T.L.E. Trammell. 2021. Science Reports 11, 9447.

The Intersection of Art and Science, Episode 1

The Intersection of Art and Science: How Art Can Help Shape Land Use

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Eco-revelatory artist Stacy Levy tells the story of how artful collaborations with engineers, ecologists, and landscape architects can begin to change the way we live with nature.

PFAS movement from points of use to farms and water.

Use Of Biosolids as Soil Amendments May Be a Pathway for PFAS Contamination of Soil, Water, and Ultimately, Our Food

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To help understand the extent of this problem in Pennsylvania, scientists are looking at the occurrence and migration of biosolid-derived PFASs into soil and water on agricultural fields.

The Lehigh River in South Bethlehem with the SteelStacks in the background.

Why Is New York City Studying Pennsylvania’s Lehigh River?

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Melinda Daniels, Ph.D., was interviewed as part of an NPR story about a study that’s causing concern among Pennsylvanians who depend on the river for their livelihoods.