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EnviroDIY homepage.
Environmental Monitoring Web Community to be Launched
The goal is to create a community that shares ideas to accelerate the development of easy-to-use, open-source approaches to environmental monitoring.
Anthony Aufdenkampe receives CUAHSI service award.
Scientist Honored for Service to Water Sciences Community
Anthony Aufdenkampe, Ph.D., was recognized for his national leadership and community building for the Critical Zone Observatory network.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. to Receive SAFE Award
MEDIA ALERT FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 24, 2014 FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Beverly M. Payton, Communications Director Stroud Water Research Center will confer the 2014 Freshwater Excellence Award to Kennedy
Aerial view of rice terraces in China.
Visually Striking Documentary about Water to be Screened
The thought-provoking documentary “Watermark” explores how humanity has shaped, manipulated, and depleted one of its most vital and compromised resources.
A workshop flyer with cattle in the foreground.
Workshop Set for Berks County Farmers
Berks County Conservation District and Stroud Water Research Center will be showcasing Best Management Practices and funding sources at Spring Creek Farm.
A stream cascade in Lofty Creek, Pennsylvania.
Teaming Up to Enhance Chester County Agriculture, Water Quality
Stroud Water Research Center and the Chester County Conservation District will develop conservation and restoration plans for area farms.
Denis Newbold and Bern Sweeney
Study: 100-Foot Wide Forest Keeps Streams Healthy
New literature review shows streamside forest buffers should be at least 100 feet wide on each side to protect freshwater ecosystems from human activities.
Q3ESTRELLAS site, Peru Project.
Los biólogos realizan experimentos para evaluar la salud de los arroyos del Perú
El Centro Amazónico de Educación Ambiental e Investigación (ACEER) y el Centro de Investigación del Agua Stroud presentarán seminarios para el público.
Sialidae (alderflies)
$2 Million Kick-Starts Stroud Center’s Work in Delaware River
46 environmental organizations will collaborate to monitor, protect, and restore critical freshwater sources for 15 million people from upstate New York to the mouth of the Delaware Bay.
A stream cascade in Lofty Creek, Pennsylvania.
Earth Week Presentation on Stream Fish Ecology
Learn how you can help improve freshwater ecosystems by monitoring fish populations, educating the public, and expanding stream restoration efforts.
Brook trout.
Students Learn Fish Grow on Trees
Students raised trout from eggs, monitored tank water quality, recorded fish behavior, engaged in stream studies, and learned to appreciate water resources.
Barnyard runoff in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
Scientist to Deliver Healthy Streams Program for Area Farmers
Bernard Sweeney, Ph.D., director of Stroud Water Research Center, will present information about streams and how they can be improved.