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A group of tree planting volunteers from Sycamore.

Volunteers Plant 600 Trees for Healthy Streams

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The trees were planted along a tributary of Brandywine Creek in Birmingham Township, Pennsylvania, in a project funded by American Water.

Two people standing on the top of a mountain.

Thank You to Everyone Who Made the Wild & Scenic Film Festival a Success!

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Trail Creek Outfitters’ 16th Annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival was back to its familiar indoor format with wonderful offerings from local restaurants.

Drink Beer, Do Good on April 27

Drink Beer, Do Good At Victory Brewing

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Victory Brewing Company taprooms in Chester County will donate $1 from every beer purchased to the Stroud Center!

A variety of brightly colored vegetables.

Got Dirt? How Healthy Soils Grow Better Veggies!

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Get ready for the spring garden season as you learn how you can improve water quality, soil health, and grow better veggies!

A bronze statue of a rearing horse in a native plant meadow near a wooden barn and forest.

Partnering for the Planet

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We’re excited to announce that our friends at GreenWeaver Landscapes have reinforced their commitment to the environment as a 1% for the Planet company.

The Farm at Doe Run staff pose with the ribbons awarded to their cheeses.

Makers of Popular Mayfly Cheese Win at Farm Show

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The Farm at Doe Run produces some of Pennsylvania’s most sought-after creative cheeses, including the Mayfly, a Camembert-style cheese with a bloomy rind.

A scene from the film Hidden Rivers showing a hellbender salamander eating a fish.

Hidden Rivers and Its Filmmaker Captivate Audiences

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The man behind Freshwaters Illustrated inspired guests of a recent Joan and Dick Stroud Memorial Lecture and local students to protect freshwater ecosystems.

Jessica Provinski, Isayas Dorsey, and Rebecca Duczkowski in holiday garb.

Meet the Intern: Isayas Dorsey

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Isayas is willing to jump in to help with a task no matter how large or small. The Stroud Center has been fortunate to have him as an intern.

Staff from First Resource Bank and the Stroud Center hold an oversized check representing a donation.

First Resource Bank Boosts Its Support of Education Programming

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Thanks to First Resource Bank for their $3,500 donation to our environmental education program through an Earned Income Tax Credit contribution.

Nature's Best Hope Science Seminar Featuring Doug Tallamy, Ph.D.

We Are Nature’s Best Hope: An Interview with Doug Tallamy

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The scientist, author, and native plants advocate recently described how replacing lawn is necessary for supporting wildlife and food production.