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Watershed Restoration Group

400 265 Stroud Water Research Center

The Watershed Restoration Group engages the public in freshwater stewardship and watershed restoration by helping landowners implement best management practices and plant streamside forest buffers. We link research, education, and action on the ground to manage our most precious resource — fresh water.

Watershed Restoration Staff

Photo of Lisa Blazure

Lisa Blazure

Soil Health Coordinator
Rebecca Duczkowski

Rebecca Duczkowski

Assistant Director of Donor Relations and Watershed Restoration Assistant
Matthew Ehrhart

Matthew Ehrhart

Director of Watershed Restoration
Lamonte Garber

Lamonte Garber

Watershed Restoration Coordinator
Matthew Gisondi

Matthew Gisondi

Watershed Restoration Program Assistant
David Wise

David Wise

Watershed Restoration Manager
Calen Wylie

Calen Wylie

Watershed Restoration Program Assistant

Watershed Restoration News

In Support of Streamside Forests: Understanding the Challenges and Becoming Part of the Solution
In Support of Streamside Forests: Understanding the Challenges and Becoming Part of the Solution
Each tree helps prevent pollutants from entering our water supplies and provides lasting benefits of shade, beauty and the natural habitat essential to a healthy ecosystem ... Read More
Stroud Center and Community Members to Plant 500 Trees
Stroud Center and Community Members to Plant 500 Trees
Tree planting is part of ongoing research to understand how to maximize the survivorship and growth of small seedlings used to reforest local streams ... Read More
Federal Monies Available for Planting Native Trees and Shrubs
Federal Monies Available for Planting Native Trees and Shrubs
A Riparian Buffer Consultant from the Stroud Water Research Center will create a Riparian Buffer Management Plan for interested landowners at no cost ... Read More
Where Rivers are Born: the Scientific Imperative for Defending Small Streams and Wetlands
Where Rivers are Born: the Scientific Imperative for Defending Small Streams and Wetlands
The natural processes in headwater systems benefit humans by mitigating flooding, maintaining water quality and quantity, recycling nutrients, and providing habitat for plants and animals ... Read More
UpStream Newsletter, Spring 2003
UpStream Newsletter, Spring 2003
The United Nations has declared 2003 the International Year of Fresh Water to galvanize action on one of the world’s most urgent crises ... Read More