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Coatesville Youth Initiative campers in White Clay Creek

Discovery Camp Gives Middle Schoolers a New Appreciation for the Brandywine

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From exploring streams for aquatic insects to performing a quick water-quality check, campers were introduced to a new layer of their watershed each day.

High school students looking at their water sample in an outdoor classroom

Students Learn to Solve Water Resource Challenges

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The new WATERS project will develop a student-centered curriculum for students of all abilities to learn water concepts and about water careers.

WikiWatershed® Wins Green Stormwater Infrastructure Award

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The Excellence in GSI Award recognizes work in the Greater Philadelphia region celebrating a nature-based approach to stormwater management.

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.

A Wish Come True: Thousands More to Learn Freshwater Science, Stewardship in New Education Pavilion

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The pavilion adds a fourth outdoor space, which will allow our educators to keep class sizes small even when there is a group as large as 120 students.

Willowdale Steeplechase

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Join us for a day of world-class steeplechase racing to benefit the Stroud Center, University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine’s New Bolton Center, and Quest Therapeutic Services. Stop by Kid’s Alley to visit our education team and see live stream critters!

Wading Into Citizen Science

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Environmental Monitor profiled the environmental education program at The Hill School in the Schuylkill River Greenways National Heritage Area.

White Clay Creek Fest

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Enjoy live music, children’s activities, exhibits, vendors, hikes, and good food as we celebrate the many ways to enjoy and protect the White Clay Creek.

Photo of two teachers, one with a compass, and one with a clipboard, in the outdoor classroom

Help Guide Support for Environmental Education in Pennsylvania

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Attention, Pennsylvania Educators! You are invited to respond to the 2019 Status and Needs of Environmental Education in PA Survey.

Child touching tree by Philippe Put, CC BY 2.0 license

From Land to Stream: Early Education Teacher Workshop (Millersville)

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Presented in Partnership with Millersville University and Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources
This workshop will focus on early childhood environmental education including activities from Getting Little Feet WET and Growing Up WILD curricula.