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Scout Education Programs

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Educators engage and empower K–12 youth from Boy Scouts of America (BSA) and Girl Scouts of the USA in environmental merit badges, journeys, awards, service projects, and other boots-in-the-water education…

Brandywine Watershed Discovery Day Camp

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The Brandywine Watershed Discovery Day Camp, coordinated by the Coatesville Youth Initiative, is a youth leadership and environmental awareness program that combines outdoor learning over five days along the Brandywine…

Photo of two young students wearing face masks while performing a water chemistry test.

Student Voices Return to Stroud Water Research Center During COVID-19 Education Programming

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Our educators have returned to something they do very well: delivering high-quality outdoor education programming that is both safe and meaningful for participants.

A boy in a canoe on a lake.

New Canoe Fleet Helps Foster Meaningful On-the-Water Education

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Getting participants outside for learning in nature is a vital step in helping them make connections between the program content and the real world.

SFS Leaf Pack Workshop

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Stroud Center staff and members of the Society for Freshwater Science Education and Diversity Committee held a Leaf Pack workshop prior to the society’s annual meeting. The workshop introduced educators…

Video still from Episode 8 of the WHYY "Stories From the Streams" video series

Stories From the Streams: Fly, Teachers, Fly

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Watch as a Philadelphia Eagle joins Axalta’s All-Pro teachers for an education adventure in White Clay Creek! Episode 8 in the “Stories from the Streams” series.

Coatesville Youth Initiative campers in White Clay Creek

Discovery Camp Gives Middle Schoolers a New Appreciation for the Brandywine

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From exploring streams for aquatic insects to performing a quick water-quality check, campers were introduced to a new layer of their watershed each day.

Students counting E. coli colonies in a water sample

The Independence School Students Learn Freshwater Science Through STEM Partnership

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“Our students have learned not only how to make contributions to a global community of researchers but have been empowered by sharing their own data with the world.”

2019 Society for Freshwater Science Annual Meeting logo

Sharing Our Science in Salt Lake City

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Stroud Center scientists shared their work at the weeklong annual meeting of this premier international organization of aquatic scientists.

High school students looking at their water sample in an outdoor classroom

Students Learn to Solve Water Resource Challenges

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The new WATERS project will develop a student-centered curriculum for students of all abilities to learn water concepts and about water careers.