Pennsylvania Environmental Literacy and MWEE Programming Capacity Building

800 532 Stroud Water Research Center

The goal of this statewide project is to improve environmental literacy and stewardship of K-12 students by building capacity of environmental education programs across Pennsylvania for increased implementation of high-quality, meaningful watershed educational experience programming. Highlights of the project include research about successful watershed education programs, training programs, and the creation of a statewide providers network.

Funded by: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Project Lead: Steven C. Kerlin

Collaborators: Bert Myers (Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection); Judd Pittman (Pennsylvania Department of Education); Scott Cope (Pennsylvania Association of Environmental Educators); Carissa Longo (Pennsylvania Bureau of State Parks); Nanette Marcum-Dietrich (Millersville University)

Project Years: 2017, 2018