Published in UpStream Newsletter, Vol. 2015, Issue 2, April 2015
View on the Web at http://www.stroudcenter.org/newsletters/2015/issue2
Remembering John Taylor
John H. Taylor Jr., a career journalist who served on Stroud Water Research Center’s board of directors since June 2009, died on April 4 after a tough battle with cancer.
Re-Wilding Tropics Starts With Clean Fresh Water
“Water and habitat quality decline when each piece of forest is traded for human activities,” says Director Bern Sweeney, Ph.D. As the human population swells, how do we reduce stress on tropical ecosystems?
Protecting Water, the Lifeblood of Wildlife (http://www.stroudcenter.org/newsletters/2015/issue1/total-watershed-restoration.shtm)
Save These Dates!
The next few months are full of great events: a “Conservation Conversation,” a science talk about do-it-yourself environmental sensors, a steeplechase and a wine, cheese and chocolate tasting!
Dansko Co-Founders Honored for Their Support
Stroud Center spaces are named for people who have a deep personal connection to our work and mission. Mandy Cabot and Peter Kjellerup have officially been added to this “Who’s Who” of Stroud Center history.
Two Hellos and a Goodbye in Entomology Group
Can you believe our entomology field and technical staff have more than 100 years of combined experience working at Stroud Center? They’ve recently welcomed two members and said farewell to another.
Education Department Recognized for Outstanding Programs
The Pennsylvania Association of Environmental Educators honored our Leaf Pack Experiment Stream Ecology Kit and Stream Schools programs with their Outstanding Environmental Education Program Award.