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Boy Scouts of America (BSA) Programs

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Educators engage and empower K–12 youth involved in BSA in environmental badges, awards, service projects, and other advancements. Funded by: Donna Queeney and Nick Kerlin Project Leads: Steven C. Kerlin,…

Scout Watershed STEM Education, Recreation, and Stewardship Programs and Educator Professional Development

800 532 Stroud Water Research Center

Educators engage Boy Scouts of America, Girl Scouts USA, and adult educators in a series of watershed STEM experiences, including canoeing, recreation, and stewardship programs. Funded by: National Park Trust…

Scout Education Programs

800 532 Stroud Water Research Center

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…

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

800 450 Stroud Water Research Center

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.

A Wish Come True: Thousands More to Learn Freshwater Science, Stewardship in New Education Pavilion

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The pavilion adds a fourth outdoor space, which will allow our educators to keep class sizes small even when there is a group as large as 120 students.

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.

Fourth graders taking tree measurements

Learning Leading to Action: Young Heroes Protecting Our Waterways

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Students are not only learning how to protect our waterways; they are also conducting their own scientific research or restoring healthy streams — or sometimes both.

“Muddy Boots Fund” Created to Benefit Boy Scouts and Stroud Center

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As a result of a generous gift from brothers Greg, Barry, Keith, and Ray Bentley, the Chester County Council Boy Scouts of America and the Stroud Center are expanding their partnership to offer additional outdoor and environmental STEM programs.

The winner of our activity patch design contest

And the Winner Is …

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In fall 2017, the Stroud Center’s Education Department sponsored a design contest to develop an activity patch for use in its scout and other youth programs. The public was invited…

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