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Watershed Restoration

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Building Trust to Boost the Bay

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Stroud Center’s watershed restoration team knows that gaining farmers’ trust and emphasizing improvements in their local streams is an important part of the work.

Secretary of Agriculture Russell Redding speaks at a press event.

Pa. Ag Secretary Meets With Scientists and Farmer About New Research Funding 

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Stroud Water Research Center highlights research supporting the future of farming and clean water in Pennsylvania.

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Earth Week Volunteers Help Restore Red Clay Creek

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Thanks to the volunteers from Constellation Energy, Dansko, LINKBANK, Resolution Life, Charter School of Wilmington, and the community who made the day a success!

Two kids hold hands while walking in a creek.

Restoring Our Watersheds: A Podcast Conversation

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In the season six premiere of the Kindred Podcast, we talk about watersheds, their importance to humans and wildlife, and how people can both harm and restore them.

A boy on a bike visits a rain garden outside his residence in Lancaster, Pa.

Don’t Let the Rain Run Away

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Polluted runoff is a threat to clean water. Learn how rain gardens can protect clean fresh water by reducing flooding and water use.

A map of southeastern Pennsylvania showing impacted streams and developed land use.

The Stream Restoration Puzzle

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A new Stroud Water Research Center presentation examines why investment projects often fail to meet water quality standards.

A monarch butterfly caterpillar on milkweed in a wildflower meadow.

Catch the Rain Workshop

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Learn how rain gardens improve water quality, reduce flooding, recharge wells, filter pollutants, reduce summer heat, and keep our water clean.

Farmer showing health soil in a field

Employment Opportunity: Soil Health Project Coordinator

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The Coordinator will manage landowner relations and no-till and cover crop implementation on agricultural lands in northern Virginia.

A newly planted buffer in 2017

Forested Buffers Training for Conservation Professionals

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Dive into the fascinating world of stream ecology and learn about the importance of riparian forest buffers.

Native trees with tree shelters in a young streamside buffer with a barn in the distance.

Forested Buffers Training for Conservation Professionals

800 450 Stroud Water Research Center

Dive into the fascinating world of stream ecology and learn about the importance of riparian forest buffers.