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Trout Unlimited STREAM Girls Program

Join Stroud Water Research Center and Trout Unlimited this spring for STREAM Girls, an outdoor watershed experience that combines science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM) with recreational fly-fishing to empower today’s girls to become tomorrow’s leaders.

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Pennsylvania Trout in the Classroom Program Support

The Stroud Water Research Center education department provided staffing and other supports to the PA Trout in the Classroom (PA TIC) program, including the design and development of a new PA TIC website. (Project details may change over the lifespan of a project. The project description listed here is from the annual report of the most recent project year.) Funded…

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How Do Trout Grow on Trees?

While they more literally grow from eggs into alevins, fingerlings, and adults, trout “grow” on trees because their health and survival depend on streamside forests.

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Trout Grow on Trees

Trout Grow on Trees® (TGOT) is an integrated set of activities designed to educate children of all ages on the important interconnections of healthy forests, healthy streams, and healthy trout populations. The activities were conceived in 2013 by Bernard Sweeney, Ph.D., of Stroud Water Research Center. TGOT activities complement ongoing Trout in the Classroom programs, tree planting activities, macroinvertebrate monitoring,…

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