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How Penn State Extension launched one of the most successful volunteer training programs in the U.S. and revived struggling local watershed groups.
All-star community science volunteers visit Goddard Space Flight Center and learn what NASA satellite data reveals about threats to streams.
Scientists, educators, and watershed restoration professionals are working together to create long-lasting and positive impacts on waterways.
Student groups from fourth through 12th grade can visit the Stroud Center’s 55-acre campus for a hands-on day of science lessons.
Have you ever wondered how you can make a difference and improve the health of your local streams? Watch this special webinar series to find out!
People in the Delaware River Watershed are joining forces and collecting data to protect the vital freshwater resources that sustain their communities.
Park and nonprofit partners led a day of fishing, canoeing, and nature exploration for families, with instruction in both English and Spanish.
Stewardship projects on the farm are helping to restore water quality in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and the Chesapeake Bay.
Stroud Water Research Center’s watershed restoration coordinator has a dedicated history in water preservation and restoration.
The 2023 Stroud Award for Freshwater Excellence recipient is Laura Turner Seydel, environmental advocate, eco-living expert, and chair of the Captain Planet Foundation.
Our interns assist with research and other mission-focused work and gain valuable professional experience and networking opportunities.
She found a purpose making water data accessible. Now she's pursuing graduate research in the watershed where she empowered community scientists.