Patch Design Contest
Stroud™ Water Research Center’s Education Department is developing an activity patch for use in its Boy Scout, Girl Scout, and other youth programs, and invites YOU to submit a design!read more
Help the Stroud Center restore our local streams by planting trees. Healthy forests are essential to the life-support systems of our streams. Trees filter contaminants before they reach the water, stabilize the stream bank, and provide food, shade, and habitat for fish and wildlife!read more
Join us to learn about the extensive restoration efforts taking place throughout the White Clay Creek watershed.
Sponsored by: PECO and Octoraro Native Plant Nursery
Beverages donated by: Victory Brewing Company
Participants will receive an overview of stream ecology and watershed concepts based on research done at the Stroud Center. Taking our boots to the stream, we’ll experience hands-on examination of leaf packs with live aquatic macroinvertebrates, including their identification, and take a look at the Leaf Pack Network® website.read more
The Stroud Center is celebrating fifty years of freshwater research, education, and restoration while throwing it back to the year we were founded. Join us for a fun party highlighting the Beatles, the Mod era, and all things 1967 as we take a look at our work over the past 50 years.
“Brown Eyed Girl” Sponsor: Employee Benefit Specialists
“I’m a Believer” Sponsors: Gunnip and Company ~ Philadelphia Distilling ~ Victory Brewing Company
Gather in our Moorhead Environmental Complex to meet our educators, see sample activities in our state-of-the-art indoor classroom, and learn about our boots-in-the water approach to environmental education. Teachers, students, scout leaders, parents, water professionals, and the general public are welcome!read more
Learn the good, bad, and ugly about the microorganisms that may be found in your watershed. This eye-opening lecture will serve to help you better understand your watershed and how we can ensure clean, fresh water for our watershed.read more