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Dr. Gill's mission is to expand educational programs and attract new audiences while “making science accessible in a way that maintains its integrity.”
Stroud Center scientists will investigate the relationship between acid mine drainage and the ability of streams to process nitrogen and other nutrients.
Sweeney was awarded the Margaret Douglas Medal for "notable service to the cause of conservation education" by the Garden Club of America.
Sweeney was presented the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Chesapeake Bay Foundation for his outstanding contribution to the environmental field.
Most of the carbon being outgassed as carbon dioxide from Amazonian rivers and wetlands has spent a mere five years sequestered in the plants and soils of the surrounding landscape.
Thanks to the generosity the “Friends of the Stroud Center,” we have met the Kresge Challenge to raise $1 million to endow equipment and instruments.
Stroud Center scientists have discovered that streamside forests play a critical, and previously unacknowledged, role in protecting the world’s fresh water.
A Riparian Buffer Consultant from the Stroud Water Research Center will create a Riparian Buffer Management Plan for interested landowners at no cost.
The Natural Resources Conservation Service has named Bernard Sweeney, Ph. D., the recipient of the 2003 Excellence in Conservation Award.
Stroud Center was awarded the Telly Award for its film The Wisdom of Water, which was produced and written by Richard Robinson of Silverwood Films.
Governor Tom Ridge today presented the Stroud Water Research Center of Chester County, Pa. with the Governor’s Award for Watershed Stewardship.
With help from renowned environmentalist, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Stroud Water Research Center plans the grand opening of the nations only Streamhouse.