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A streamside buffer after seven years of growth.
Chesapeake Bay Program Tours Denlinger Farm
Stewardship projects on the farm are helping to restore water quality in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and the Chesapeake Bay.
Lamonte Garber in front of a Sullivan County, Pa. stream with a small waterfall.
Lamonte Garber Recognized as a Good Natured Pennsylvanian
Stroud Water Research Center’s watershed restoration coordinator has a dedicated history in water preservation and restoration.
Laura Turner Seydel in a boat with water in the background.
The 2023 Stroud Award for Freshwater Excellence
The 2023 Stroud Award for Freshwater Excellence recipient is Laura Turner Seydel, environmental advocate, eco-living expert, and chair of the Captain Planet Foundation.
The 2023 interns pose in front of a Stroud Center backdrop.
Meet Our 2023 Interns
Our interns assist with research and other mission-focused work and gain valuable professional experience and networking opportunities.
Rachel Johnson standing between two EnviroDIY Monitoring Stations.
A Dream Come True: Rachel Johnson Takes on New Role at the Stroud Center
She found a purpose making water data accessible. Now she's pursuing graduate research in the watershed where she empowered community scientists.
Publication title with image of a mayfly
Mill dams impact microbiome structure and depth distribution in riparian sediments
Kan, J., E.K. Peck, L. Zgleszewski, M. Peipoch, and S. Inamdar. 2023. Frontiers in Microbiology 14: 1161043.
Rachel Johnson installs a sensor bundle in a streambed.
EnviroDIY in the Delaware River Basin
Watch this video to learn about the progress made through the Stroud Center’s community science project.
Dave Arscott against a background of native plants.
Stroud Center’s Dave Arscott Elected Next President of the Society for Freshwater Science
In his new role, Arscott will affirm the Society’s commitment to excellence in freshwater science in the same way that he does for the Stroud Center.
The HerStory in STREAM participants gather for a group photo with their banner.
Telling “HerStory” in STREAM
Teen girls develop career and leadership skills through the new Stroud Center program that brings women in science together.
NASA DEVELOP logo and team member headshots.
Stroud Center and NASA Examine National Park Streams From Space
Two science powerhouses are joining forces to discover water quality trends in some of America's favorite national parks.
A group of golfers stand next to a bar featuring Tito's Vodka.
Golfers Tee Up “Fore” Fresh Water
Golfers enjoyed a beautiful day on the special course, choosing between two types of play as they competed for the win!