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National Geographic Explorer in Residence to Speak

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Wade Davis has been described as “a rare combination of scientist, scholar, poet and passionate defender of all of life’s diversity.”

Stroud Center to Host Film Festival on February 11, 2010

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“These films provide us with an important platform to show how water is at the heart of almost every environmental issue we face,” said Bern Sweeney.

Ian Hutton to Speak at The Water’s Edge Gala

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Hutton is an island naturalist, conservationist, researcher, ecotourism pioneer, photographer, and the keeper of Lord Howe Island in the South Pacific.

Al Fresco Feast to Celebrate Local Sustainable Agriculture

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The feast will draw the connection between the requirements for clean, fresh water and a healthy watershed to produce our food.

Celebrated Photographer, Educator, and Activist to Speak

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On Thursday, April 9, 2009, Subhankar Banerjee will present “Land as Home: Vision for an Eco-Culturally Sustainable Arctic.”

Adventurer, National Geographic Photographer to Speak

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On Wednesday, March 11, 2009, Stroud Water Research Center’s education department will present “The Power of Photography: An Evening with Bob Caputo.”

Environmental Film Festival to Benefit the Stroud Center

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Stroud Water Research Center, will host the nationally acclaimed Wild and Scenic Environmental Film Festival on Thursday, February 12, 2009.

Flip Nicklin to Speak at the Stroud Center’s Water’s Edge Gala

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Nicklin, a National Geographic contributing photographer and the foremost underwater photographer in the world, will present “Whales, A Changing View.”

Taking Stock of New York City’s Drinking Water

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On May 15th 2008, the New York Academy of Sciences will host an event to address the impact of the 1997 NYC Watershed Memorandum of Agreement.

Trail Creek Outfitters to Sponsor Acclaimed Film Festival

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The evening of short, independent films will cover the gamut of environmental issues and include several films based on the theme of fresh water.