The July UpStream newsletter is now available from the Stroud Water Research Center in Chester County featuring articles on--
-- Stroud Award Will Go To: National Park Service & Director Jonathan Jarvis
-- Volunteers Monitor Threats To Water In Delaware River Watershed
-- Field-Based Learning At Stroud Center’s New Outdoor Classroom
-- Dr. Ouellet Uses Electroshocking To Identify Creatures In White Clay Creek
-- Sunn Hemp Acts As Covered Bridge Between Sweet Corn, Broccoli
-- New Mayfly Data Logger For DIY Environmental Monitoring
-- How Do Educational Tax Credits Help Kids, Stroud?
-- Stroud Calendar Of Upcoming Events
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