This train-the-trainer Leaf Pack workshop consisted of employees and board members from Asociación de Amigos de la Naturaleza del Pacífico Central y Sur (ASANA), ecotourist guides, as well as other local educators. The purpose of this two-day workshop was to build upon the participants’ capacity to train teachers, students, and community members, specifically within the Tapir Biological Corridor, on how to assess stream health using the Leaf Pack Experiment. Teaching this workshop were Stroud Water Research Center educators and Rafa Morales, manager and research technician of the tropical research projects in Costa Rica for Centro de Investigación de Agua Stroud, the Center’s local, not-for-profit sister organization in Costa Rica.
Funded by: Stephen Stroud
Project Year: 2010