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Youth Watershed Explorer Challenge

800 304 Stroud Water Research Center

Calling all youths ages 12-16! Join us for a program that pairs investigative field experiences with virtual learning. Explorers will be guided through three challenges focused on the significance of First State National Historical Park’s Brandywine Valley unit.

$50,000 Challenge Match Grant Generously Sponsored by the Colket Family Foundation

1000 750 Stroud Water Research Center

This challenge grant will enable us to sustain and expand our community-wide education and training programs, curricula, and instructional technologies.

Middle school students explore the local watershed to complete their field note books.

Meaningful Watershed Education: A Lasting and Expanding Partnership With a Local School District

500 500 Stroud Water Research Center

The partnership has become a model for building formal and non-formal education partnerships in systemic watershed education.

[CANCELED] Sense-able Classrooms Virtual Workshop: Streamside Forests and Herbal Gardens

800 450 Stroud Water Research Center

This workshop has been canceled due to low registration. We hope to reschedule in the future. Subscribe to our education e-newsletter to be notified of upcoming events.

Spotlight on Stephanie Bernasconi

800 450 Stroud Water Research Center

Bernasconi originally wanted to be a marine biologist but a semester on a sailing ship convinced her to stick to studying fresh water.

Photo of day campers with Native American elder, Chief Quiet Thunder.

Bridging Barriers in Environmental STEM

800 450 Stroud Water Research Center

New grants support education programs for underserved youth and prioritize minority and economically disadvantaged populations and local environmental justice communities.

Photo of two children on rocks at a lake's edge, with text that says Choose to Refuse Single-Use Plastic.

The Winner of the Plastic Free Challenge Is …

800 450 Stroud Water Research Center

It’s challenging to limit plastic use in normal circumstances, but it’s nearly impossible to do during a global pandemic, Stroud Center staff discovered.

[CANCELED] WET ‘n’ WILD Workshop for Early Childhood Educators

800 450 Stroud Water Research Center

This event has been canceled.

[CANCELED] Schuylkill Acts & Impacts Expedition for Youth!

1000 750 Stroud Water Research Center

This event has been canceled for 2020. The organizers hope to hold it in 2021!

Tree-rific Virtual Learning Resources on Streamside Forests

725 408 Stroud Water Research Center

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