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Four women smile while holding tree cages at a tree planting event.

Earth Week Volunteers Help Restore Red Clay Creek

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Thanks to the volunteers from Constellation Energy, Dansko, LINKBANK, Resolution Life, Charter School of Wilmington, and the community who made the day a success!

The film festival audience seated for the show.

17 Years of Wild & Scenic Film Festival Raises $250K for Environmental Groups

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Trail Creek Outfitters hosted its 17th Wild & Scenic Film Festival, this year supporting the Stroud Center and Brandywine Red Clay Alliance.

Aerial view of a coastal forest and mudflat.

Salted Earth

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Join us for the area premiere of Salted Earth followed by a Q&A with scientists from Stroud Water Research Center and Delaware Environmental Institute.

The 2023 Joan and Dick Stroud Memorial Lecture featuring adventurer Emily Ford.

Emily Ford Presents Breaking Trail: 2023 Joan and Dick Stroud Memorial Lecture

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Watch an award-winning film about Emily Ford’s adventure thru-hiking Wisconsin’s 1,200-mile Ice Age Trail in winter, followed by Q&A with Ford.

Laura Turner Seydel in a boat with water in the background.

The Water’s Edge Gala and Presentation of the 2023 Stroud Award for Freshwater Excellence

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The gala honors the award recipient while supporting the Stroud Center’s efforts as a global leader of freshwater research, environmental education, and watershed restoration.

A group of golfers stand next to a bar featuring Tito's Vodka.

Golfers Tee Up “Fore” Fresh Water

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Golfers enjoyed a beautiful day on the special course, choosing between two types of play as they competed for the win!

A panel of local experts onstage at a Lancaster Water Week event.

Whether You Say Crick or Creek, We All Celebrate Lancaster Water Week!

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From the first Friday kickoff to the last Saturday volunteer effort, it was a wonderful week as Lancaster Conservancy celebrated clean fresh water for all.

Two people standing on the top of a mountain.

Thank You to Everyone Who Made the Wild & Scenic Film Festival a Success!

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Trail Creek Outfitters’ 16th Annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival was back to its familiar indoor format with wonderful offerings from local restaurants.

Children and parents look at wild fish humanely captured from White Clay Creek.

Philly-Area Families and Friends of the Stroud Center Celebrate World Water Day for a Second Year

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Squeals of delight echoed through the woods as children, along with their parents, got up-close glimpses of fish living in White Clay Creek.

A scene from the film Hidden Rivers showing a hellbender salamander eating a fish.

Hidden Rivers and Its Filmmaker Captivate Audiences

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The man behind Freshwaters Illustrated inspired guests of a recent Joan and Dick Stroud Memorial Lecture and local students to protect freshwater ecosystems.