WikiWatershed is an initiative of Stroud™ Water Research Center. The Stroud Center seeks to advance knowledge and stewardship of freshwater systems through global research, education, and watershed restoration.
During 2017, Stroud Water Research Center provided over 30 EnviroDIY sensor stations to watershed groups working in the Delaware River Basin to support monitoring, education, and outreach.
"Since water quality is a global issue, we thought we'd help in our own community to try to improve water quality along Gore Creek." — Katie Lunde, Colorado STEM teacher.
The Stroud Center's Model My Watershed web app has again been recommended by the CADRE network for STEM education researchers.
Model My Watershed made the list of recommended products to support modeling in science education on the CADRE website.
Nomination recognizes the app for enabling municipal decision-makers, among others, to learn about the impact of stormwater runoff in their watersheds.
The Governor’s Award for Environmental Excellence recognizes the very best in innovation, collaboration, and public service in environmental stewardship.
In case you missed it — you can now watch the archived US EPA Watershed Academy webcast, “Model My Watershed: A Tool for Water Resource Management.”
A webcast about the Model My Watershed web app, part of the WikiWatershed toolkit being developed by Stroud™ Water Research Center.
Using the web app and other learning tools, students in Colorado won the Lexus Eco Challenge national competition in the land and water category.