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Mountaintop to Tap Trek

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A Three-Week Trek Across the New York City Water Supply System In the summer of 2007, six students from New York Harbor School in Brooklyn and six students from Sidney…

Mountaintop to Tap Five Years Out: In Their Own Words

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A look at the impact of the trek that followed the route of New York City’s water from its sources in the Catskill Mountains to the center of Manhattan.

UpStream Newsletter, Fall 2012

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Talking About Rafa –Maritza’s Manager In Words and Pictures: Rafa Morales was hired to collect macroinvertebrates at Maritza Biological Station in Costa Rica. A year later, he was in charge of the station itself.

Brandywine Trek Helps Students Spur Freshwater Stewardship

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The trek educates students about the importance of the Brandywine River and fosters understanding of the need to implement good stewardship practices.

UpStream Newsletter, Summer 2009

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The International Bar Code of Life project has the potential to revolutionize research, pest and disease control, food safety, and much more.

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.”

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.

UpStream Newsletter, Spring 2008

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A documentary film chronicles how students rowed, paddled, and across the watersheds that provide nine million New Yorkers with drinking water.

Following New York City’s Drinking Water from Source to Tap

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High school students from the New York Harbor School in Brooklyn and Sidney High School in Delaware County embarked on a “Mountaintop to Tap” trek.

UpStream Newsletter, Spring 2007

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Last summer, Stroud Center scientists and educators traveled to Peru and sampled 31 stream and river sites that ranged from pristine to severely polluted.