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May 2019

White Clay Creek Fest

Enjoy live music, children’s activities, exhibits, vendors, hikes, and good food as we celebrate the many ways to enjoy and protect the White Clay Creek.

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Introduction to EnviroDIY Sensor Stations

A workshop for learning about low-cost, open-source, real-time environmental monitoring systems.

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“Fore” Fresh Water Golf Invitational

Hit the links with us as we tee off “fore” fresh water at our 4th Annual Golf Invitational.

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Leaf Pack Coming to Utah!

The Leaf Pack Experiment is a fun hands-on research and outreach tool demonstrating how our actions on land impact life in streams and water quality.

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Taxonomic Certification Opportunity in Utah

Taxonomic certification exams will be offered at the Society for Freshwater Science Annual Meeting in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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Spring Quarterly Gathering of Sensor Station Users from the Delaware River Basin

Delaware River Basin sensor station users will give short presentations on their questions, challenges, and progress using EnviroDIY sensor stations for monitoring and education.

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June 2019

A Pioneer in Science: the Conestoga Study and the Woman Behind It

Sponsored by Millersville University Watershed Education Training Institute
Dr. Ruth Patrick was a visionary ecologist, a champion of environmental protection, and a mentor and inspiration to future scientists for more than seventy years.

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Taxonomic Certification Opportunity in Maine

Taxonomic certification exams will be offered in conjunction with a week-long seminar, “Chironomids: Classification, Morphology, Identification, and Life Cycles,” at Eagle Hill Institute in Steuben, Maine.

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Schuylkill Acts & Impacts

An Expedition to Inspire Watershed Action
Schuylkill Acts & Impacts is a week-long watershed expedition offered to fifteen high school students from communities within the Schuylkill River Watershed.

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Stream Study and STEM Girl Scout Recruitment Event

Calling all girls and volunteers across eastern Pennsylvania interested joining Girl Scouts! You’re invited to come discover what being a Girl Scout is all about by exploring the outdoors.

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Road Rally for Fresh Water

Save the date! We’ll be hitting the roads to explore the treasures of clean fresh water throughout Chester County.

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Dive into Green Careers & Get WET!

Teacher Professional Development
Go behind the scenes at Longwood Gardens to learn about the array of careers in horticulture. Visit Longwood’s water features, learn about water careers, and participate in Project WET activities.

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The Wild World of Water

Teacher Professional Development
Explore Stroud Water Research Center as you learn how to model watersheds and immerse yourself in the world of water chemistry.

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July 2019

Taxonomic Certification Opportunity in Maine

Taxonomic certification exams will be offered in conjunction with a week-long seminar, “Trichoptera of the Northeast,” at Eagle Hill Institute in Steuben, Maine.

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Environmental Action Conference

Presented by Earth Force and supported by NOAA and ee360
Participants will learn how to enhance their environmental education program by engaging students in local environmental policy initiatives and goals.

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August 2019

Taxonomic Certification Opportunity in Maine

Taxonomic certification exams will be offered in conjunction with a week-long seminar, “EPT Taxa: Ephemeroptera, Plecoptera, and Trichoptera,” at Eagle Hill Institute in Steuben, Maine.

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Watershed Educators Institute

WEI is like camp for teachers: you’ll be immersed in nature, collect water samples, paddle waterways, reflect and journal on the dock, and much more!

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September 2019

Dine Out for Fresh Water

Enjoy a meal at Sovana Bistro and a portion of your check will benefit our freshwater research, environmental education, and watershed restoration efforts. 

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Joan and Dick Stroud Memorial Lecture

Dr. Sherri Mason will present her lecture, “Perils of Plastics.”
“The world is an interconnected system. This is not just about aquatic animals; it is a significant concern to human health as well.” — Dr. Sherri Mason

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