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Three high school students examine rocks collected from a stream.

Philadelphia Catholic Schools to Participate in Watershed Education Programs at the Stroud Center

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Student groups from fourth through 12th grade can visit the Stroud Center’s 55-acre campus for a hands-on day of science lessons.

Source to Sea Explorer Curriculum

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Stroud Center educators are collaborating with Connect Ocean to create a Source to Sea curriculum that will be distributed internationally to schools and scuba diving centers. Funded by: Anonymous and…

Seneca Nation Water Protectors

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Educators engaged with and empowered youth to become Water Protectors in the Allegany and Cattaraugus territories. Educators provided professional development in watershed education for early childhood center staff members. Funded…

Professional Development for School District of Philadelphia Teachers Leading After School Enrichment Programs

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This project assists School District of Philadelphia teachers leading outdoor and environmental after school enrichment programs by providing ongoing professional development, support, and resources. The Stroud Center and four partnering…

HerStory in STREAM

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This project engages girls and girl identifying individuals in a set of four programs providing experiences in watershed STEM careers and outdoor education. Funded by: The Fund for Women and…

The HerStory in STREAM participants gather for a group photo with their banner.

Telling “HerStory” in STREAM

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Teen girls develop career and leadership skills through the new Stroud Center program that brings women in science together.

Four elementary school students at outdoor environmental club.

Environmental Literacy and Justice for All

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The Stroud Center is helping teachers bring meaningful STEM experiences to city students through environmental and outdoor clubs.