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Slimy Leaves for Healthy Streams: A Leaf Pack Network Workshop

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Learn about a fun, hands-on tool for people of all ages that demonstrates how our actions on land impact stream life and water quality.

Educators explore the wetland wastewater treatment cells at the Stroud Center.

Enhancing Environmental Literacy With Watershed Education in Delaware Schools

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Educator trainings and student programs are empowering school communities and families to take action to protect their local watersheds.

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PA ELIT Network Launches Hubs for Educator Professional Development

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Environmental educators have a new way to access professional development and resources to prepare them for the Pennsylvania STEELS Standards.

Two girls use a chart to identify stream macroinvertebrates.

School-Day-Off Camp: Creek Critters

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This event has been canceled.

A teacher leads a group of small children along a woodland trail.

Reimagining Classrooms

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Whether you call them outdoor classrooms, living schoolyards, or ecological schoolyards — we’ve got ideas for how to make the outdoors a place of discovery.

A woman sprinkles water from a watering can onto a watershed modeling table.

New Teaching Tool Shows How Land Use Alters Rain’s Path

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Watershed modeling tables and companion lessons from the Stroud Center help people learn how actions on land impact streams and rivers.

A group of students installs a tree shelter in the streamside buffer at their school.

Volunteer-Led Tree Planting Engages Students in Stewardship

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How one community’s action project is teaching students about water, trees, and wildlife and how to care for them.

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Lessons From the World Environmental Education Congress 2024

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What Stroud Center educators learned and shared at an international gathering to address environmental and sustainable development.

A monarch butterfly caterpillar on milkweed in a wildflower meadow.

Catch the Rain Workshop

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Learn how rain gardens improve water quality, reduce flooding, recharge wells, filter pollutants, reduce summer heat, and keep our water clean.

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Watershed Education on the Conestoga River

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This advanced course in watershed education knowledge and pedagogy will take place online, on campus, and on the water.