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Streamside Forests

Photo of Martha Ressler's quilt honoring tree-planting volunteers.

700 Trees, Three Volunteers, and a Quilt

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Fiber artist Martha Ressler found a unique way to honor the volunteers who helped her and her husband Jay plant a “mini-forest” on their property: she immortalized them in a quilt.

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Stream restoration for legacy sediments at Gramies Run, Maryland: early lessons from implementation, water quality monitoring, and soil health

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Mattern, K., A. Lutgen, N. Sienkiewicz, G. Jiang , J. Kan, M. Peipoch, and S. Inamdar. 2020. Water 12(8):2164.

Tree-rific Virtual Learning Resources on Streamside Forests

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Every tree we plant plays a vital role by providing a natural buffer zone between our land use and the stream it protects.

How Can You Plant Seeds of Change? Watch the “Stories from the Streams” Video!

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Episode 1 in a video series from WHYY TV12 demonstrates how planting trees along a stream can filter out pollutants and dramatically improve water quality.

A Movement Grows to Help Farmers Reduce Pollution and Turn a Profit

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An innovative program is showing farmers how to plant cash crops in buffer zones to help stabilize stream banks and clean up waterways.

How Streams Work and the Role of Forests

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Understanding how streams work and the importance of trees to streams is fundamental to engaging landowners and decision makers.

Catching Up With Our Farm Partners

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A couple of our cooperating landowners have been profiled recently by Lancaster Farming; take a few moments to learn how these partnerships are working for them.

A Farmer Transforms a Stream

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A Pennsylvania poultry and crops farmer shares his insights on creating rich habitat and cleaner water through riparian forested stream buffers.

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New Funds Announced for Delaware River Restoration

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The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation has awarded more than $1.9 million to the Stroud Center for watershed restoration projects.

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Fifty Thousand Reasons Why the Watershed Restoration Program Is Six Years Strong

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In the last six years, Stroud Water Research Center has planted nearly 50,000 trees for clean water and healthy streams.