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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!
Stroud Center Improves Schoolyards for Outdoor Environmental Education and Stewardship With New Grant
Hear directly from teachers and Stroud Center education staff about a successful model for increasing equitable access to meaningful outdoor learning spaces.
Gain experience from teachers who have been teaching and engaging students in environmental literacy and action for years!
In this webinar, successful grant writers and program officers of funding agencies share how to read a request for proposal, where to find grants, and other tips for success.
Stroud Water Research Center and its partners are developing curricula that take the lessons the Amazon offers for how to live sustainably to schools and communities across the globe.
The Stroud Center biogeochemist was featured in a women-in-STEM webinar series hosted by EarthEcho International.
Episode 1 in a video series from WHYY TV12 demonstrates how planting trees along a stream can filter out pollutants and dramatically improve water quality.
Have you ever wondered what swims by your feet in your local creek? Learn how we use electrofishing to survey the fish living in the east branch of White Clay Creek!
Watch an American mink shake off creek water and explore its surroundings on the East Branch of White Clay Creek.
This webinar demonstrates site features and how this open educational resource can support macroinvertebrate identification training with volunteers and students.
Tapirs are "umbrella species" in tropical ecosystems. Watch one enjoy the rain while swimming in Río Tempisquito during a rare daytime visit to our field station.
This video series shows how Stroud Center scientists and others are working to maintain the quality of the water that sustains 15 million people living in the Delaware River Watershed.
Explore our video library of aquatic macroinvertebrates wriggling, swimming, and crawling through stream water!
Watch as a Philadelphia Eagle joins Axalta's All-Pro teachers for an education adventure in White Clay Creek! Episode 8 in the "Stories from the Streams" series.
The TES-MMW curriculum gives students the ability to use data to understand how human actions impact watershed health.
A great video from Georgia Adopt-a-Stream showing how volunteers can sample for dissolved oxygen in streams.
John Jackson, Ph.D., talks about his work as principal investigator in the Entomology Group at Stroud Water Research Center.
Steve Kerlin, Ph.D., describes his work as Education Director at Stroud Water Research Center.
David Bressler describes his work as a citizen science facilitator at Stroud Water Research Center.
Dave Montgomery talks about his work as watershed manager at Stroud Water Research Center.
Charles Dow, Ph.D., talks about his work as Director of Information Services at Stroud Water Research Center.
William “Bill” Anderson describes his work as an environmental educator at Stroud Water Research Center.
Melinda Daniels, Ph.D., describes her work as a fluvial geomorphologist at Stroud Water Research Center.
Libby Gregg describes her works as computer systems administrator and environmental educator at Stroud Water Research Center.
Laura Borecki Zgleszewski describes her work in the Fish Ecology and Microbiology groups at Stroud™ Water Research Center.
David Arscott, Ph.D., describes his education, research, and work at Stroud™ Water Research Center.
Michael Gentile describes his work as a biogeochemistry staff scientist at Stroud™ Water Research Center.
Kelly McIntyre describes her work as an aquatic entomology staff scientist at Stroud™ Water Research Center.
Learn about the ecosystem benefits of net-spinning caddisflies, as well as how they interact with their environment.
Have you ever wondered what swims by your feet in your local creek? In this month’s episode of Science Education Feature, Dr. Valerie Ouellet uses electroshocking to identify the creatures
Wild trout need cold, clean fresh water, which you would find in a shaded stream, a stream that has many trees growing right by it.
Stroud Center scientists are often outside working in and around streams, and sometimes just happen to catch a view of the coolest things!
We develop environmental education programs for indoor, outdoor, and digital classrooms, reaching thousands of adults and children each year.
Learn about the ecosystem benefits of net-spinning caddisflies, as well as how they interact with their environment, from Ben Tumolo, a visiting Ph.D. candidate from Montana State University. Caddisflies are
The Water SCIENCE curriculum has middle school students complete hands-on science and engineering activities, receive guidance and instruction from undergraduate and graduate student mentors, interact online with STEM professionals, and
Two Michigan schools used our Leaf Pack Experiment to assess their local stream’s health. They discovered what was impacting their stream and then developed a plan to restore it with native plantings.