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Employment Opportunity: Watershed Education Specialist
Employment Opportunity: Watershed Education Specialist
We’re seeking a highly-skilled educator to manage grants and other sponsored projects and to lead education programs for a wide range of audiences.
Students study fish temporarily removed from a nearby stream.
Rooted in Science
30 years and counting, Stroud Water Research Center’s Education Department makes cutting-edge freshwater science fun.
Lenape Chief Dennis Coker discussing native mussels with Tara Muenz along Fork Branch in Delaware.
Lenape Community Scientists Restore Their Ancestral Watershed
Watershed monitoring and stewardship activities will support the potential to reintroduce mussels — the most endangered and threatened freshwater faunal group in the United States.
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Protecting our WATERS: a 5E lesson sequence derived from a National Science Foundation- funded middle school watershed sustainability curriculum
Krauss, Z., D. Kline, N.I. Marcum-Dietrich, C. Stunkard, S. Kerlin, and C. Staudt. Science Activities 59(2):97–105.
Introduction to the Lancaster County, Pa. Outdoor Leadership Network Initiative
Calling Lancaster County, Pa. Teachers: Join the Outdoor Leadership Network Initiative
Gain experience from teachers who have been teaching and engaging students in environmental literacy and action for years!
Members of Mighty Writers—El Futuro look at aquatic insects next to the Watershed Education Mobile Lab.
Watershed on Wheels Makes a Splash at World Water Day Event
Families, community members, and a group of Mighty Writers gathered to learn about the world’s most precious natural resource — clean fresh water — and how to protect it.