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Slimy Leaves for Healthy Streams: A Training in the Leaf Pack Network

800 450 Stroud Water Research Center

Participants will receive an overview of stream ecology and watershed concepts based on research done at the Stroud Center. Taking our boots to the stream, we’ll experience hands-on examination of leaf packs with live aquatic macroinvertebrates, including their identification, and take a look at the Leaf Pack Network® website.

Macroinvertebrates.org Webinar

800 450 Stroud Water Research Center

We’ll demonstrate site features and functionality and cover how this open educational resource can be used to support macroinvertebrate identification training with volunteers and students to improve confidence, accuracy, and engagement.

Sorting aquatic macroinvertebrates by a stream

Advanced Watershed Educator Workshop for Non-Formal Educators

800 450 Stroud Water Research Center

Presented at Dauphin County Agriculture & Natural Resources Center in Dauphin, PA.
This workshop will provide a deep understanding of Meaningful Watershed Educational Experiences as vehicles for advancing environmental literacy and stewardship while increasing standards-based student achievement.

Photo of people kayaking on the Pocomoke River

Educator Watershed and Canoe Workshop on Octoraro Reservoir

800 450 Stroud Water Research Center

Presented in Partnership with Sultana Education Foundation and Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail
Experience the splendor of a relatively unknown jewel while canoeing the 620-acre Octoraro reservoir. Part of a professional development series that also includes the Project WET Curriculum Educator Training.

Project WET Curriculum Educator Training

960 580 Stroud Water Research Center

Presented in Partnership with Sultana Education Foundation and Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail
This workshop will train participants (formal and non-formal educators) to become certified educators in the Project WET 2.0 curriculum. Part of a professional development series that also includes the Educator Watershed and Canoe Workshop on Octoraro Reservoir.

Watershed Educators Institute

598 326 Stroud Water Research Center

WEI is like camp for teachers: you’ll be immersed in nature, collect water samples, paddle waterways, reflect and journal on the dock, and much more!

Teachers using the Water Quality mobile app

Training the Teachers of Today to Educate the Stewards of Tomorrow

799 425 Stroud Water Research Center

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

Sharing 21st Century Tools With Educators

689 518 Stroud Water Research Center

Two professional development workshops highlighted resources to engage students in learning about watersheds, stream health, and water quality.

Get Your Boots Wet With Our Education Training Events

800 533 Stroud Water Research Center

Stroud Water Research Center is pleased to announce the expansion of watershed education professional development and training events.