Event Calendar

Stroud Science Seminars

Mark your calendars as we continue our seminar series highlighting current research.

Where: The Meeting House at Stroud Water Research Center. Get directions.

When: Doors open at 6:15 p.m. for a free reception and tour. Lectures will begin at 7 p.m. and end no later than 8 p.m.

Lectures are FREE and open to the public, ages 12 and up. No registration is required. Questions? Contact Kay Dixon, 610-268-2153, ext. 303, kdixon@stroudcenter.org.

» Engaging Citizens in Stream Fish Protection and Restoration

Rosy-sided dace. Photo: David H. Funk

Wednesday, April 23. Presented by Willy Eldridge, Ph.D., Assistant Research Scientist and Principal Investigator of the Fish Molecular Ecology Group.

The fish in streams and rivers are among the most threatened organisms in the world. Stroud Water Research Center scientists, educators, and restoration professionals are undertaking a number of efforts to protect and restore freshwater ecosystems for the benefit of fish.

This lecture will discuss our efforts in Costa Rica and Pennsylvania and the critical need for citizen engagement to monitor fish populations, educate the public, and expand the reach of restoration efforts.

Sponsored by:

Susquehanna BankVictory Brewing Company