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Marking the Passing of a Colleague and Mentor

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Wayne Minshall was an expert in the ecology of flowing waters and fire ecology and an important contributor and co-author to the River Continuum Concept.

A Watershed of Curiosity

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Not everyone has the opportunity to become a professional scientist, but a great scientist can come from anywhere. Anyone can be a part of science.

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.

Meet Lisa Blazure, Soil Health Coordinator

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Blazure brings to Stroud Water Research Center a deep understanding of how improving agricultural soil health can result in healthier streams.

Improving Soil Health for Climate Change Resiliency

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Jim Harbach has practiced no-till farming for 30 years and has documented how his soils can better withstand the extreme weather swings associated with climate change.

Earth Day Celebration: A Streaming Perspective

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In this webinar recording John Jackson, Ph.D., talks about the 50th anniversary of Earth Day and its importance from the perspective of a stream.

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.

Good Things Come in Threes: Exciting News From the Leaf Pack Network

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We are excited to announce major improvements to the Leaf Pack Network, an international network of teachers, students, and citizen monitors investigating their local stream ecosystems.

Meet Courtland Hess and Adam Gochnauer, Entomologists

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Hess and Gochnauer tell us what brought them to Stroud Water Research Center and what they hope to achieve here.

Stream Monitoring in the Delaware River Basin: More Than Just Numbers

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Master Watershed Stewards help develop science capacity to support stream and river protection and restoration by citizen science programs.