Education News

Students in Oregon performing a leaf pack experiment.
Discover the Health of Your Local Stream With the Leaf Pack Network!
Started over 25 years ago to support teachers connecting students to their local watershed, the Leaf Pack Network has turned into a community science outlet.
Three high school students examine rocks collected from a stream.
Philadelphia Catholic Schools to Participate in Watershed Education Programs at the Stroud Center
Student groups from fourth through 12th grade can visit the Stroud Center’s 55-acre campus for a hands-on day of science lessons.
Learn How to Protect Your Watershed
Learn How to Protect Your Watershed
Have you ever wondered how you can make a difference and improve the health of your local streams? Watch this special webinar series to find out!
A family of four paddles a red canoe on a lake.
Family Day Engages Latino Community of Chester County in Outdoor Recreation
Park and nonprofit partners led a day of fishing, canoeing, and nature exploration for families, with instruction in both English and Spanish.
The HerStory in STREAM participants gather for a group photo with their banner.
Telling “HerStory” in STREAM
Teen girls develop career and leadership skills through the new Stroud Center program that brings women in science together.
Elementary schools students use binoculars to look for birds in Philadelphia.
Celebrate Living Schoolyards Month
You can celebrate by bringing your students and lessons outdoors. If your school doesn’t have an outdoor learning space, you can create one!