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From Classroom to Creek

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Stroud Water Research Center educators visited several elementary schools within the city of Newark to introduce them to the concepts of watersheds and how to minimize stormwater runoff in their…

Using slimy leaves for stream water quality assessment: the leaf pack experiment

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Medved, C. 2013. Water Resources IMPACT, 15(4):17-20.

Watershed education for Plain Sect Communities

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In collaboration with Penn State Cooperative Extension and the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, Center and Extension educators taught students in four Mennonite schoolhouses in Lancaster County. The lessons specifically focused on…

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Slimy leaves for clean streams: the leaf pack experiment

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Medved, C., B.W. Sweeney, J.G. Blaine. 2012. Pages 56–57 in Interpretive Sourcebook: 2012 NAI National Workshop, Hampton, Virginia.

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No teacher left inside: preparing a new generation of teachers

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Marcum-Dietrich, N., L. Marquez, S.E. Gill, and C. Medved. 2011. Journal of Geoscience Education 59(1):1–4.

Expanding the Leaf Pack Network® to South and Central America

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The goal is to create a conservation ethic that integrates ordinary people into the decision-making process by putting simple assessment tools into their hands.

Riparian BUFFers, making our riparian areas strong

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Fetter, J.R., S.S. Smith, A.E. Spotts, K.R. Myers, M.Z. Royer, C. Medved, and D.J. Oleson. 2010. Part of 4-H Water Project: Unit 3 — Supplement. Penn State Cooperative Extension, State College, Pennsylvania.

Leaf Pack Ambassadors

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Eighteen educators, conservation workers, and government officials from Costa Rica, Guatemala, Peru, Mexico and Texas were introduced to the Leaf Pack Experiment and Watershed Tour and agreed to present a similar workshop within six months of their return home.

Mountaintop to Tap Photography and Journal Exhibit

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The Mountaintop to Tap exhibit, which records the three-week trek of a diverse group of high school students who traced New York City’s drinking water supply from its headwaters in the Catskill Mountains to Central Park, was on display at the Catskill Center for Conservation and Development’s Erpf Gallery, the Queens Museum of Art and the Sidney Public Library.

Streamkeepers

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In partnership with Hudson Basin River Watch and Riverkeeper, Stroud Center educators trained teachers in the New York City watershed in stream ecology and the Leaf Pack Experiment through a series of two-day workshops.

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