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[In Person] Watershed Education & MWEE Ambassador Training for K–12 Educators

800 533 Stroud Water Research Center

Join us for two full days of hands-on, minds-on learning in the Meaningful Watershed Educational Experience curricular framework and DCNR’s Watershed Education curriculum!

Getting Hands-On Integrating Environmental Education

800 450 Stroud Water Research Center

Join us for a full day workshop to work through the Meaningful Watershed Educational Experiences framework while furthering your own knowledge of environmental literacy and stewardship.

[Hybrid] Watershed STEM and Aquatic WILD Training for Educators, Part 2

800 488 Stroud Water Research Center

This hands-on professional development workshop will immerse educators in STEM activities on land and in water to help them actively engage youth of all ages.

[Hybrid] Watershed STEM and Aquatic WILD Training for Educators, Part 1

800 488 Stroud Water Research Center

This hands-on professional development workshop will immerse educators in STEM activities on land and in water to help them actively engage youth of all ages.

Sustainable Choices, Sustainable Watershed: Appluing the MWEE Framework to Waste Streams

[Virtual Educator Workshop] Sustainable Choices, Sustainable Watersheds: Applying the MWEE Framework to Waste Streams

800 450 Stroud Water Research Center

Do you know how much our choices at home or around our schools positively or negatively impact the waste stream?

Youths in park learning how to fish.

Introduction to Spincast Fishing With Girl Scouts (6th-12th Grade)

800 450 Stroud Water Research Center

Girl Scout Cadettes, Seniors, or Ambassadors (grades 6-12), join us for a FREE hands-on introduction to spincast fishing at Marsh Creek State Park!

A troop of Girl Scouts in five red canoes on a lake.

Girl Scout Cadette Canoeing Program: Think Like a Citizen Scientist Award

800 450 Stroud Water Research Center

Girl Scout Cadettes, join Stroud Water Research Center for a discovery-based, on-the-water canoeing adventure on a reservoir teeming with aquatic life!

A celebration of the Brandywine River and the return of the American shad.

Brandywine River ShadFest

960 540 Stroud Water Research Center

Join over 20 environmental organizations for a family-friendly spring festival celebrating the return of the American shad in the Brandywine River.

Two girls wearing waders record stream study data in notebooks.

Trout Unlimited STREAM Girls Program

800 450 Stroud Water Research Center

Join Stroud Water Research Center and Trout Unlimited this spring for STREAM Girls, an outdoor watershed experience that combines science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM) with recreational fly-fishing to empower today’s girls to become tomorrow’s leaders.

White Clay Creek with a riffle in the distance and trees along the banks.

Educator Hidden Gem Canoe Workshop: Discover White Clay Creek!

800 450 Stroud Water Research Center

Enjoy a paddle-in-the-present moment featuring peaceful sounds of the wild, connections to water quality, and time with a hidden gem in the Delaware River watershed.