Event Calendar

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Events at a Glance:

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Stroud Water Research Center’s
Inaugural Golf Outing

Monday, May 16
at Fieldstone Golf Club

Join us for our inaugural golf outing at this exclusive and Audubon-certified course in Greenville, Delaware.

Fieldstone is a scenic Par 71, 7000+ yard course featuring dramatic elevation changes, bent fairways, numerous sets of tees per hole, and old-world bunkering. The pristine nature of the property was preserved to provide members and their guests with an unparalleled golf experience.

Limited opportunities to enjoy this beautiful course still exist. Contact Jess at 610- 268-2153, ext. 288 to learn how your foursome can still play in our outing!

Thank you to Buckley’s Tavern for donating 10% of the bill from any outing participant who dines at Buckley’s at the conclusion of our tournament. This coupon must be presented to your server.

Schedule of Events
12:00 p.m. Registration and lunch
1:00 p.m. Shotgun start
Scramble Format
5:30–7:30 p.m. Cocktails, heavy hors d’oeuvres, and awards presentation.

Sponsorship opportunities from $1,000–$5,000 are still available. Please contact Jess at 610-268-2153, ext. 288 to learn more.

Thanks to our sponsors!

Ace Sponsor: Buttonwood Farm

Eagle Sponsor: Mr. and Mrs. Michael Moran

Lunch Sponsor: Colonial Pipeline

Putting Green Sponsor: Hilyard’s Inc.

Hole Sponsors: Beacon Hill Financial Corporation | BNY Mellon | Brandywine Realty Trust | Exelon | Gawthrop Greenwood | Jock Hannum | Legal Internet Solutions Incorporated

Sponsorships are selling quickly! Don’t miss your chance. Download this brochure or contact Jess today!

California Leaf Pack Training

Saturday, May 21
9 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
at Sacramento Waldorf School, Fair Oaks, California

FREE workshop for middle and high school teachers and environmental educators

How can clumps of slimy leaves in a stream spark stream exploration?

The Leaf Pack Experiment is a fun, hands-on research and outreach tool for non-scientists which demonstrates how our actions on land impact life in streams and water quality. Leaf Pack promotes inquiry-based interdisciplinary watershed education and engages diverse audiences in conducting their own experiments, gathering relevant ecological data, exploring food webs, learning classification skills, using technology to share data, comparing data with those of other communities and applying that information to protect local watersheds.

Join us at our workshop, we’ll show you how!

During this workshop participants will receive an overview of stream ecology and watershed concepts based on research done at the Stroud Water Research Center. Taking our boots to the stream, we’ll then experience hands-on examination of leaf packs with live aquatic macroinvertebrates, including their identification and a look at the Leaf Pack Network® website and database.

Download the flyer for complete details. Register by May 17 by contacting Tara Muenz, tmuenz@stroudcenter.org, 610-268-2153, ext. 301.

Sponsored by: Sacramento Waldorf School, Stroud Water Research Center, Society for Freshwater Science, Sacramento River Watershed Program

Blues, Brews, and BBQ!

Saturday, June 11
6:30-10:00 p.m.
at Scarlett Thicket Farm

$125 per person

Join Stroud Center for a fun evening of great BBQ, local brews, and live music by The Rolling Thunder Blues Revue. This event will sell out quickly, buy your tickets now!

Thanks to our sponsors!

King and Queen of the Delta: Mr. and Mrs. Michael Moran

Memphis Queen: Audi of West Chester

Rolling Thunder Blues Revue

Joan and Dick Stroud Memorial Lecture Presents Tim Palmer

Photo: Ann Vileisis

Thursday, June 16
at Stroud Water Research Center
Doors open at 6:00 p.m.

Sponsored by

Award-winning author, photographer, and conservationist Tim Palmer has followed a lifelong passion to understand America’s rivers as the essential lifelines of the continent, traveling with the current wherever it leads.

Tim will present dazzling images from his acclaimed photo book, Rivers of America, showing the variety and stunning artistry of our waterways nationwide.

He will share stories of his adventures exploring these magnificent streams and will discuss current river conservation and restoration issues important to us all.

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Stroud Science Seminar

Steve Golladay, Ph.D.

Wednesday, July 6
at Stroud Water Research Center
Doors open at 6:00 p.m. for tours and light refreshments.
Lecture begins at 6:30 p.m. and, following Q&As, it concludes by 8:00 p.m.
Event is FREE and open to the public.

Where Has All the Water Gone?

Water Scarcity in a Water-Rich World

Aquatic biologist Steve Golladay from the Jones Ecological Research Center in Georgia will discuss how climate trends affect ecological processes and aquatic communities, the effects that people and their activities have on our freshwater systems, and the importance of aquatic invertebrates and freshwater mussels to the health of our streams.

The lower Flint River in Georgia, where most of Golladay’s work is based, is home to the highest diversity of fish in any Gulf Coast drainage east of the Mississippi and has many other rare species, such as the Halloween darter and five federally protected mussel species.

This area is also the epicenter of a 20+ year water dispute between Georgia, Florida, and Alabama. It is located centrally in the historic range of the longleaf pine forest, one of the most imperiled forests in North America.

For more information, call 610-268-2153, ext. 288 or email jprovinski@stroudcenter.org.

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Science Seminar Series
Hits the Road

Saturday, August 27
at Dogfish Head Brewery, Milton, Delaware

Stroud scientists will talk about our collaborative work throughout the state of Delaware.

More information to come soon about this exciting lecture!

Stroud Uncorked

Friday, September 30
at Stroud Water Research Center

Save the date! More information to come soon.

Sponsored by:

The Tri-M Group

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Moran