Increasing Accessibility to Watershed-Based Climate Change Education in the White Clay Creek Watershed

800 532 Stroud Water Research Center

With a theme of climate change literacy within the White Clay Creek watershed, this project delivers a series of canoeing, angling, and Watershed Education Mobile Lab programs to engage marginalized youth, their families, and educators in recreation and stewardship in watershed STEM.

Funded by: National Park Trust

Project Leads: Steven C. Kerlin and Tara K. Muenz

Collaborator: Shane Morgan (White Clay Creek Wild and Scenic River Program)

Project Years: 2021, 2022