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Model My Watershed

Model My Watershed is a web app that allows users to analyze real geo-data, model storms, and compare conservation or development scenarios in a watershed. A pilot middle/high school curriculum can be found on the Innovative Technology in Science Inquiry portal.

Trout Grow on Trees

Trout Grow on Trees® (TGOT) is an integrated set of activities designed to educate children of all ages on the important interconnections of healthy forests, healthy streams, and healthy trout populations. TGOT activities easily compliment ongoing Trout in the Classroom programs, tree planting activities, macroinvertebrate monitoring, or can stand alone.  Learn more about TGOT

Navigate a Watershed

Learn how the physical and biological systems within watersheds work together to create a continuum of resilient, interconnected ecosystems. Move from watershed to river basin to cross sections of headwaters, streams and rivers for a look at the inner world of surface water using the tabs below the image.  Click on the blinking dots for more information. Discussion questions and follow-up activities are available from KQED Science.

Life in a Pond Instructional Unit

Curriculum developed at Stroud™ Water Research Center by William Anderson of Unionville High School, supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation’s Research Experience for Teachers program.

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Cork Laboratory

Curriculum developed at the Stroud Center by Tim Liggett of Conestoga High School, supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation’s Research Experience for Teachers program.

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Stream Hydrology

Curriculum developed at the Stroud Center by Tim Liggett of Conestoga High School, supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation’s Research Experience for Teachers program.

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