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Annual Report

Four scientists collect simulated rainfall from soil in a cornfield in White Clay Creek watershed.

Saving Streams With Good Science

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Building trust in the scientific process starts with communicating our research to non-scientists. To that end, our scientists share snapshots of three long-term experiments.

A student peers into a microscope to examine an aquatic macroinvertebrate, an indicator of stream health.

Expanding Global Learning Opportunities

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We’ve synthesized digital, remote, and in-person teaching methods, developed remote learning kits, and tailored programming for local high-needs audiences and learners of all abilities.

Restoring the River Continuum Community

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We’re working with partners and land users to implement natural solutions to regenerate soils and safeguard fresh water, solutions that benefit both human communities and the entire ecosystem.

Middle school students explore the local watershed to complete their field note books.

Meaningful Watershed Education: A Lasting and Expanding Partnership With a Local School District

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The partnership has become a model for building formal and non-formal education partnerships in systemic watershed education.

Stream Reach: Building Communities from White Clay Creek to the Yangtze Basin

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To truly make a difference requires, not only understanding freshwater systems, but working with all kinds of communities to protect them.

Sign reading We Planted Trees for Clean Water

Fifty Thousand Reasons Why the Watershed Restoration Program Is Six Years Strong

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In the last six years, Stroud Water Research Center has planted nearly 50,000 trees for clean water and healthy streams.

Creating Model Stewards by Modeling Watersheds

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The true power of Model My Watershed is in the lasting lessons of action-based stewardship that follow students into the field.

Going to Extremes

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The Stroud Center is engaged in research aimed at creating and testing new land-management practices to address issues raised by increased weather extremes.

Graphic showing what percentage of nitrogen, sediments, and pesticides are kept out of a stream by a 100-foot tree buffer

The Restored Watershed: 50 Years of Solutions for Clean Fresh Water

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For the last 50 years scientists at Stroud Water Research Center have demonstrated the connection between good land-use practices and clean fresh water, between healthy soil and healthy water.

Fourth graders taking tree measurements

Learning Leading to Action: Young Heroes Protecting Our Waterways

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Students are not only learning how to protect our waterways; they are also conducting their own scientific research or restoring healthy streams — or sometimes both.

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