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Dr. Ho expressed gratitude that the 2021 Stroud Center award highlights the interconnections between agriculture, fresh water, and climate as a critical theme for water conservation and stewardship.
The planting will help to buffer a small stream from nearby barnyard activity and provide data about the growth rates of trees using two different types of tree stakes.
LandownerHelp.com is a free resource helping landowners grow better relationships with tenant farmers that incentivize long-term investments on land that also address broader environmental impacts.
When stream temperatures rise, often as a result of climate change or thermal pollution or a lack of tree shade, mayflies display poorer growth.
Healthy soils are a win for the farmers, a win for the environment, and a win for society, with the ability to grow healthy foods in a more sustainable way.
The task force is advancing statewide environmental literacy and meaningful watershed education for K-12 students and educators.
The trees will help restore stream banks, create habitat corridors, and mitigate runoff from a nearby road.
The project aims to document the current ecological status and health of the river and seeks to engage and educate a diverse set of river users and residents.
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.
The Delaware River was named 2020 River of the Year by American Rivers for its progress in improving water quality, river restoration, and community revitalization.
These grants will support programming for a total of 91 local 21st Century Community Learning Centers sites and their students, many of whom live in high-poverty and underserved areas.
Students were introduced to freshwater science and experienced some of the methods our scientists use to study streams and rivers around the world.