Brandywine Watershed Discovery Day Camp

800 532 Stroud Water Research Center

The Brandywine Watershed Discovery Day Camp, coordinated by the Coatesville Youth Initiative, is a youth leadership and environmental awareness program that combines outdoor learning over five days along the Brandywine River. Trek activities build leadership skills, promote cultural and historical competence, and increase understanding of watershed management and water resource quality related to community impact over time.

Partially funded by: PA Department of Environmental Protection Environmental Education Office

Project Lead: Steven C. Kerlin

Collaborators: Tara K. Muenz; Jarvis Berry (Coatesville Youth Initiative)

Project Year: 2020

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