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Schuylkill River Community Scientist Monitoring Project to Kick Off on World Habitat Day

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The project aims to document the current ecological status and health of the river and seeks to engage and educate a diverse set of river users and residents.

To Fish or Not to Fish: Using Real-Time Data to Protect Trout Populations

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Fishing guides in Michigan are using real-time data from an EnviroDIY monitoring station to remotely make appropriate decisions on where and when to fish.

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Teach-the-Teacher Workshop Brings Real-Time Data to the Classroom

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For teachers, access to real-time data on the Monitor My Watershed data portal can revolutionize the way students are taught about water.

David Bressler providing C-SAW technical assistance to volunteers of the Silver Lake Nature Center.

A Watershed of Curiosity

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Not everyone has the opportunity to become a professional scientist, but a great scientist can come from anywhere. Anyone can be a part of science.

Stream Monitoring in the Delaware River Basin: More Than Just Numbers

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Master Watershed Stewards help develop science capacity to support stream and river protection and restoration by citizen science programs.

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Online Atlas of Aquatic Insects Aids Water-Quality Monitoring

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A new online field guide promises to be an important tool for monitoring water quality and learning how to correctly identify freshwater insects.

The Power of Citizen Science

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Citizen science engages people from all backgrounds in the scientific process, empowering them to help solve environmental problems in their communities.

Stroud Center Takes Mayfly to Michigan

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Stroud Center staff took a road trip to Michigan to train citizens and volunteers to use lower-cost, do-it-yourself technologies to monitor water quality.

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[WEBINAR] Macroinvertebrates.org: A Virtual Resource for Teaching and Learning ID!

800 450 Stroud Water Research Center

We’ll demonstrate site features and functionality and cover how this open educational resource can be used to support macroinvertebrate identification training with volunteers and students to improve confidence, accuracy, and engagement.

Watershed 102: Aquatic Ecology as It Relates to Watershed Restoration and Protection

800 532 Stroud Water Research Center

This new 100-level workshop will focus on abiotic and biotic stream characteristics in natural, urban, and agricultural settings.