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Building trust in the scientific process starts with communicating our research to non-scientists. To that end, our scientists share snapshots of three long-term experiments.
Our summer internship program, now in its 49th year, has ushered through hundreds of interns seeking meaningful learning experiences.
Husband-and-wife duo Kevin and Tobi Quinlan say their donation will directly support the Stroud Center's watershed restoration efforts in the Delaware and Chesapeake Bay watersheds.
As a new initiative to increase accessibility, our educators will soon be able to travel to your school, community, or group location to deliver meaningful watershed education programming.
McCarthy's friends started calling her a “waterfallologist” during her undergrad years. A continuing focus on water quality and resources led her to the Stroud Center.
“God blessed us with this land, and we want to do our little part in conserving it and just making it a better place for everyone,” Lynette Sauder said.
Find out how you can make choices that support local organic and regenerative farmers who are dedicated to healthy food, healthy land, and clean water.
Conservation photographer and photojournalist Jennifer Adler takes on an underwater journey as she uses her imagery to communicate science and conservation.
We've synthesized digital, remote, and in-person teaching methods, developed remote learning kits, and tailored programming for local high-needs audiences and learners of all abilities.
Scientists from the Stroud Center and Rodale Institute share what they’re learning from the Watershed Impact Trial on the MOSES Organic Farming Podcast.
The seeds of interest which would ultimately lead Tim Smith to the Stroud Center were planted along the banks of Yellow Breeches Creek.
Golfers enjoyed a sunny 70-degree day at Bidermann Golf Course while supporting our mission to advance knowledge and stewardship of fresh water.