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Delaware River Watershed Initiative Circuit Rider for Technical Assistance to Grantees

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This project provides technical assistance to grantees of the William Penn Foundation and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation to develop and implement watershed restoration efforts and grants to monitor the impact of projects implemented in the Delaware River Watershed Initiative clusters.

Delaware River Watershed Initiative Community Science Phase II

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This project engages watershed residents to be active participants in efforts to document conditions across the focus areas of the Delaware River Watershed Initiative. Work includes efforts to support monitoring,…

Modeling Land Protection Impact Assessment for the Open Space Institute

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This project uses Model My Watershed to communicate the value of forest protection by estimating its impact on water quality. Funded by: Open Space Institute and William Penn Foundation Project…

A purple martin with a large dragonfly in its beak.

Follow the Martin! Migration Sensor Network Tracks Bird From Our Backyard to Central America

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When wildlife-tracking telemetry towers were installed in Pennsylvania and Costa Rica, a purple martin reminded us of the connections between the temperate and tropical watersheds we study.

Restoring and Protecting Water Quality and Mitigating Flooding in Rural Landscapes

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Executive Director Dave Arscott, Ph.D., shared how Stroud Water Research Center is working to mitigate threats to water quality.

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How Collaboration Ensures Adequate Drinking-Water Supply Across the Delaware River Basin

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Watch a panel discussion on the evolution of policies that regulate water allocation and use from the Delaware River.

Dave Montgomery collecting a water sample from White Clay Creek during Hurricane Isaias.

Your Support is Essential to Our Work

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By not having any in-person programs and workshops, we’ve been severely limited in our revenue intake, so your support this year is truly crucial.

Mimicking Nature to Manage Water On-Site

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Watch a roundtable discussion among the designers, engineers, and client about “getting the water right” at Stroud Water Research Center’s Moorhead Environmental Complex.

Volunteers Help Plant Trees for Healthy Streams

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The trees will help restore stream banks, create habitat corridors, and mitigate runoff from a nearby road.

Stroud Water Research Center Celebrates The Redford Center

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Executive Director Jill Tidman accepted the Stroud Award for Freshwater Excellence in recognition of The Redford Center’s dedication to protect the environment and fresh water.