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Volunteers Plant 1,500 Trees for National Volunteer Week

800 600 Stroud Water Research Center

The Stroud Center celebrated National Volunteer Week by planting six acres adjacent to a tributary of White Clay Creek at the Brandywine Polo Club.

Volunteer Tree Planting at the Brandywine Polo Field

1000 563 Stroud Water Research Center

Sponsored by Exelon Generation and Trail Creek Outfitters Brands That Give Back
Help us plant streamside forests to protect our watersheds. Groups welcome. Car pooling encouraged. Bring gloves and shovels if you have them!

Citizen Science Volunteer Training Workshop

1000 667 Stroud Water Research Center

Are you interested in making a difference in your community by volunteering to assist with real research projects? Join Wildlands Conservancy and Stroud Water Research Center for a day of hands-on in-stream training in Emmaus!

Sign reading We Planted Trees for Clean Water

We Planted Trees (1,975 of Them!) for Clean Water

800 600 Stroud Water Research Center

Every tree we plant helps prevent pollutants from entering our water supplies and provides lasting benefits of shade, beauty and the natural habitat essential to a healthy ecosystem.

Volunteers Plant Nearly 1,000 Trees for National Volunteer Week

1024 576 Stroud Water Research Center

Stroud Water Research Center restored 2.75 acres along two swales that transport rain water into a major tributary of the Brandywine River, which eventually flows downstream to provide drinking water for the city of Wilmington.

Volunteer Tree Planting

1024 576 Stroud Water Research Center

Sponsored by: Exelon Generation
Help us plant streamside forests to protect our watersheds!
Coatesville, Pa. (Exact locations and directions will be emailed to you)
Groups welcome. Car pooling encouraged. Bring gloves and shovels if you have them!

Fall Tree Planting II

668 376 Stroud Water Research Center

Help the Stroud Center restore our local streams by planting trees. Healthy forests are essential to the life-support systems of our streams. Trees filter contaminants before they reach the water, stabilize the stream bank, and provide food, shade, and habitat for fish and wildlife!

Volunteers Plant 1,000 Trees in Coatesville

1000 563 Stroud Water Research Center

The Stroud Center and the Brandywine Conservancy hosted a tree planting on a farm that was once the northern base of the historic King Ranch of Texas.

Fall Tree Planting I

1000 563 Stroud Water Research Center

Help the Stroud Center restore our local streams by planting trees. Healthy forests are essential to the life-support systems of our streams. Trees filter contaminants before they reach the water, stabilize the stream bank, and provide food, shade, and habitat for fish and wildlife!

Watershed Restoration Volunteer Day

640 480 Stroud Water Research Center

Volunteers will help measure trees and record data from an experiment this spring. This study is part of a federal grant that resulted from the devastation that followed Hurricane Sandy. Hurricanes and other extreme water events teach us that we need our headwaters and small first order streams to absorb water to reduce the force and rate of water discharge during storms.

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