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Pennsylvania Watershed Education Task Force Honored with 2020 Outstanding Environmental Education Program Award and Second NOAA B-WET Grant

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The task force is advancing statewide environmental literacy and meaningful watershed education for K-12 students and educators.

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.

Stroud Center Establishes Girls-in-STEM Fund for Education Programs

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The fund will support dedicated programming for an audience historically underserved in STEM and outdoor aquatic recreation: women and girls.

STREAM Girls recorded real scientific data and reflected on their experiences in field notebooks.

STREAM Girls Program Empowers Today’s Girls to Become Tomorrow’s Leaders

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“It’s always fun to learn new things, but STREAM Girls was different because of how many new things we experienced that we never had before.”

ScoutReach Day Camp Empowers Young Stewards for Stronger Communities

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Nearly 70 male and female Cub Scouts ages 5-11 experienced hands-on, minds-on learning stations and Q&A sessions with real water science professionals.

Creating Model Stewards by Modeling Watersheds

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The true power of Model My Watershed is in the lasting lessons of action-based stewardship that follow students into the field.

Scouts Get Their Boots Wet for Science and Stewardship

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Our badge program for Cub Scouts invites young minds to explore the scientific method and exercise their most powerful scientific tools: their senses.

Mandy Nix sorting specimens while sitting on a rock in a stream

Meet Mandy Nix: New Watershed Education Specialist

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Her personal mission is to foster hands-on freshwater science education that teaches us about ourselves as well as our backyard water resources.

Teachers using the Water Quality mobile app

Training the Teachers of Today to Educate the Stewards of Tomorrow

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The outdoors were the setting for a boots-in-the-water workshop to advance professional development for non-formal educators and classroom teachers alike.