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Our intense use of salt is threatening the health of our streams and rivers, marshes and ponds, and even groundwater. Learn how you can help.
The three outdoor learning classrooms and interpretative signage will engage students, teachers, and the greater community for generations to come.
Researchers at Stroud Water Research Center are using a rainfall simulator to assess how farming practices affect water quality in our streams and rivers.
In addition to virtual programming, our education department offers open enrollment professional development workshops and partners closely with local school districts.
Clean drinking water, good health, plentiful trout, productive soil, the simple joys of swimming, boating, fishing — our healthy freshwater ecosystems make these and so many other things possible.
After volunteering and then moving into a part-time role, Curley says he is ecstatic to join the Stroud Center full-time as the watershed restoration project coordinator.
Rodman Moorhead IV is following in the footsteps of his father, who dedicated more than 20 years of steady leadership as chairman of the board.
The Stroud Center and partner LimnoTech, Inc. will work with Amazon’s cloud computing arm to develop a portal for sharing and visualizing environmental data.
Stroud™ Water Research Center welcomes guest writer Jacqline Wolf Tice, who shares her thoughts on water in honor of Native American Heritage Month.
Stroud Center researchers have teamed up with Propagate Ventures to design and implement for-profit, lower-risk buffers that can provide a source of income for farmers.
Funk's insatiable curiousity has served him well during 45 years as a instrumental player on landmark freshwater studies at the Stroud Center.
Dr. Ho expressed gratitude that the 2021 Stroud Center award highlights the interconnections between agriculture, fresh water, and climate as a critical theme for water conservation and stewardship.