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Future of Water

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The scarcity of drinking water is beginning to capture the world’s attention but a radical source of water might just be found in one of Earth’s driest places.

Examples of virtual learning activities for watershed education.

Making Virtual Waves in Watershed STEM Education

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When the pandemic transitioned programs to virtual settings, our educators transformed obstacles into opportunities to reach underserved audiences, enhance student learning outcomes, and inspire young leaders to make a difference.

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Uncharted WATERS: sustaining a meaningful student teaching experience amidst a global pandemic via an online STEM curriculum

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Marcum-Dietrich, N.I., C. Stunkard, Z. Krauss, and S. Kerlin. 2021. Current Issues in Middle Level Education 25(2): article 3.

Brownies flex their tree-planting muscles

Tree-rific Virtual Learning Resources on Streamside Forests

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Every tree we plant plays a vital role by providing a natural buffer zone between our land use and the stream it protects.

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How Do Trout Grow on Trees?

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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.

Watershed Citizenship Learning Community

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In collaboration with Cabrini College, Stroud Center educators began development of Watershed Ecology and Watershed Citizenship curricula for non-science majors.

Watershed Curriculum Development for Middle Schools

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Stroud Center educators worked with faculty at the Upland Country Day School in Pennsylvania to develop, implement and evaluate educational materials to increase quantitative, data collection, and analytical skills through the study of watersheds.

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From local to extreme environments (FLEXE) pilot activity guide: energy unit

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Goehring, E., W. Carlsen, C. Fisher, S. Kerlin, M. Smith, E. Simms, D. Blackman, and C. Williams. 2008. The Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE) Program.