Youth Watershed Explorer Challenge
Calling all youths ages 12-16! Join us for a program that pairs investigative field experiences with virtual learning. Explorers will be guided through three challenges focused on the significance of First State National Historical Park’s Brandywine Valley unit.
[WEBINAR SERIES] Celebrate 2020 River of the Year, Delaware River: Episode 2
Sponsored by Pennsylvania American Water
Join us for the second webinar in this four-part series celebrating the Delaware River. American Rivers will facilitate a panel discussion on how investments in natural infrastructure are paying off for the health of the Delaware River.
Better Gardens, Better Soils
Learn how you can spend less time weeding, have a productive garden, and improve water quality and soil health in your backyard!
[VIRTUAL WORKSHOP] Growing Up WILD Educator Workshop
This online introductory workshop is designed for college students who are education, science, and/or natural resources majors seeking real-world, resume-building experience in early childhood environmental education.
Open-Source Electronic Hardware for Water Research and Real-Time Online Water Monitoring
Participants will be exposed to all aspects of Stroud Water Research Center’s EnviroDIY project, including Mayfly Data Logger programming, writing Arduino code for off-the-shelf commercial sensors, and using a free data portal (Monitor My Watershed®) for real-time data upload and visualization.
Stream and Buffer Ecology Webinar
Learn about the links between buffers and stream health, how aquatic insects can guide watershed restoration, buffer planting and establishment basics, the connection between soil health and clean water, strategic choices for restoring riparian corridors, and new research on buffer establishment methods.
Flow of Life Premiere
Join us for the premiere of this documentary, created by The Visionaries Public Television Series and hosted by actor Sam Waterston, highlighting Stroud Water Research Center’s work.