This project enhances our streamside classroom along White Clay Creek at Stroud Water Research Center with the construction of three educational kiosks and various interpretive signs and seating areas. Interpretive signage promotes a more innovative, intimate, and open learning environment while also effectively addressing the important connection between streamside forests and the ecology of rivers and streams. Components of this infrastructure were built by a student seeking Eagle Scout rank with the Boy Scouts of America.
Funded by: E. Kneale Dockstader Foundation
Project Lead: David B. Arscott
Collaborators: Tara Muenz, Rebecca Duczkowski, and William Milliken; Yeda L. Arscott (Arscott Architectural and Graphic Design)
Project Years: 2015, 2016