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Watershed Restoration Volunteer Day

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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.

Volunteers Plant 1,140 Trees for National Volunteer Week

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The Stroud Center celebrated National Volunteer Week with help from Exelon Generation, BB&T, Cheshire Hunt Conservancy, Colonial Pipeline, Dansko, Hugh Lofting Timber Framing, and local community members.

Volunteers Lend a Helping Hand

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National Volunteer Week and Corporate Days of Service gave Stroud™ Water Research Center a helping hand throughout April and May.

Volunteers Protect White Clay Creek Headwaters By Planting 500 Trees

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Volunteers planted, staked and installed tree shelters on 500 trees. The work was completed within two hours — a new record for the Stroud Center.


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Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Stroud Water Research Center is currently unable to bring volunteers onto our campus. We ask that you check back at a later date.

UpStream Newsletter, Spring 2007

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Last summer, Stroud Center scientists and educators traveled to Peru and sampled 31 stream and river sites that ranged from pristine to severely polluted.

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