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Active freshwater research, environmental education, and watershed restoration programs require funding from a wide variety of sources. The Development Department connects interested donors with many different projects. Funding at Stroud™ Water Research Center comes from a wide variety of research and philanthropic sources including grants and contracts from the National Science Foundation, state and federal agencies, foundations and corporations. The generous support from hundreds of individuals make up the “Friends of the Stroud Center.”

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Development Staff

Rebecca Duczkowski

Rebecca Duczkowski

Assistant Director of Donor Relations and Watershed Restoration Assistant
Jessica Provinski

Jessica Provinski

Associate Director of Special Events and Corporate Relations
Nicole Wickenhauser

Nicole Wickenhauser

Director of Development

Development News

Dave Montgomery collecting a water sample from White Clay Creek during Hurricane Isaias.
Your Support is Essential to Our Work
By not having any in-person programs and workshops, we’ve been severely limited in our revenue intake, so your support this year is truly crucial.
Video still showing masked students performing stream water chemistry tests.
Grateful, Even in This Difficult Year
Having you as a Friend of Stroud Water Research Center means more to us this year than you can possibly know.
$50,000 Challenge Match Grant Generously Sponsored by the Colket Family Foundation
$50,000 Challenge Match Grant Generously Sponsored by the Colket Family Foundation
This challenge grant will enable us to sustain and expand our community-wide education and training programs, curricula, and instructional technologies.
Stroud Water Research Center Celebrates The Redford Center
Stroud Water Research Center Celebrates The Redford Center
Executive Director Jill Tidman accepted the Stroud Award for Freshwater Excellence in recognition of The Redford Center’s dedication to protect the environment and fresh water.
Highlights From the Clean Water Paddle Push
Highlights From the Clean Water Paddle Push
From families enjoying their backyard ponds to research scientists relaxing with some paddling time after spending a day taking samples, a collective 225 hours were logged on the water.
Why I Give to the Future of Fresh Water Initiative: William LaFond
Why I Give to the Future of Fresh Water Initiative: William LaFond
With the world’s need for clean fresh water more pressing than ever, we must increase our capacity to pursue our mission.