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Pilot Curriculum Available For Model My Watershed

A pilot middle/high school curriculum for using Model My Watershed in the classroom can be found on the Innovative Technology in Science Inquiry (ITSI) portal.

Video Now Available: Model My Watershed For Resource Management

In case you missed it — you can now watch the Model My Watershed webinar for resource management on the Videos page.

Webinar: Model My Watershed for Resource Management

This webinar showed how to use the Model My Watershed web app to analyze real data, model stormwater runoff and water-quality impacts, and compare the impact of conservation or development scenarios.

Slimy Leaves For Healthy Streams: A Training in the Leaf Pack Network

How can clumps of slimy leaves spark stream exploration? Participants learned how at a workshop in September 2016.

Bringing Enhanced Watershed Modeling to Classrooms Nationwide

Through a pilot program, 75 teachers in California, Iowa, Kansas, Pennsylvania, and Virginia are introducing their students to the Model My Watershed web app and related science curriculum.

Model My Watershed Workshops Travel to California

Stroud Center's Education Director, Dr. Steve Kerlin, traveled to California to train educators in the National Science Foundation Teaching Environmental Sustainability-Model My Watershed curriculum.