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Mimicking Nature to Manage Water On-Site

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Watch a roundtable discussion among the designers, engineers, and client about “getting the water right” at Stroud Water Research Center’s Moorhead Environmental Complex.

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The Hidden World of Stream Insects

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Entomologist David Funk presents an hour-long dive into the natural histories of some of the most fascinating stream insects he has photographed.

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.

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The Intersection of Science and Policy for Clean Water and a Healthy Delaware River

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Watch the video of the first webinar in a four-part series celebrating American River’s 2020 River of the Year, Delaware River.

STEM Career Spotlight: Electrofishing to Determine Stream Health

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Have you ever wondered what swims by your feet in your local creek? Learn how we use electrofishing to survey the fish living in the East Branch of White Clay Creek!

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Diversity Makes Us Stronger — Both in Our Communities and Our Watersheds

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Watch an American mink shake off creek water and explore its surroundings on the East Branch of White Clay Creek.

Clean, Healthy Water and Air in Chester County

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Learn about the quality of our local streams, the water we drink, and the impact of climate change on our health.

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Biodiversity at Our Costa Rica Field Station

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Tapirs are “umbrella species” in tropical ecosystems. Watch one enjoy the rain while swimming in Río Tempisquito during a rare daytime visit to our field station.

Explore Stories from the Streams

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This video series shows how Stroud Center scientists and others are working to maintain the quality of the water that sustains 15 million people living in the Delaware River Watershed.

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.