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Child with leaf. Photo by Gabby Orcutt on Unsplash

From Land to Stream: Early Education Teacher Workshop

800 480 Stroud Water Research Center

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.

Baby trout in a classroom aquarium

Trout in the Classroom Training

800 450 Stroud Water Research Center

Presented in Partnership With the Pennsylvania Council of Trout Unlimited and the Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission
This workshop will be an introduction to Trout in Classroom for new teachers and program partners and a refresher for those that have been involved with the program in the past.

Middle school students looking at a large caterpillar

Stroud, PECO, and Kennett Schools Bring STEM to Students

644 483 Stroud Water Research Center

The after-school program provided students with safe, structured, meaningful, and fun activities that promote learning and growth at no cost to the parents.

Photo of Stephanie Bernasconi hiking in the mountains

Stephanie Bernasconi

500 500 Stroud Water Research Center

Research Technician, Environmental Educator

Photo of David Kline in front of a tree

David Kline

300 300 Stroud Water Research Center

Environmental Educator

Photo of Nathaniel Alter

Nathaniel Alter

300 300 Stroud Water Research Center

Environmental Educator

Mandy Nix sorting specimens while sitting on a rock in a stream

Meet Mandy Nix: New Watershed Education Specialist

800 425 Stroud Water Research Center

Her personal mission is to foster hands-on freshwater science education that teaches us about ourselves as well as our backyard water resources.

Teachers using the Water Quality mobile app

Training the Teachers of Today to Educate the Stewards of Tomorrow

799 425 Stroud Water Research Center

The outdoors were the setting for a boots-in-the-water workshop to advance professional development for non-formal educators and classroom teachers alike.

Photo of people kayaking on the Pocomoke River

Teacher Canoe Trip on Octoraro Reservoir

800 450 Stroud Water Research Center

Presented in Partnership with Sultana Education Foundation and Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail
Experience the splendor of a relatively unknown jewel while canoeing the 620-acre Octoraro reservoir.

Woman sorting macroinvertebrates at a stream ecology workshop

Putting the “S” in STEM – Bioassessments and Water Chemistry to Determine Stream Health

800 450 Stroud Water Research Center

Presented in Partnership with Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection and the Chester County Intermediate Unit. Are you looking for new resources to engage 21st century learners? This workshop is for you! This workshop is the first in a two-part series.