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.

Videos

WikiWatershed for Delaware River Watershed Initiative Groups

Recorded November 2017
Video length: approximately one hour

This Model My Watershed (MMW) webinar for groups participating in the Delaware River Watershed Initiative (DRWI) reviewed general usage and features of MMW and placed this in the context of DRWI projects and goals.

WikiWatershed for Water Resource Managers, Conservation Practitioners, and Municipal Decision-Makers

Recorded November 2017
Video length: approximately one hour

This Penn State Water Resources Extension webinar showed how to use the Model My Watershed web app to analyze real land use, soil, and other data for an area of interest, model stormwater runoff and water-quality impacts, and compare how different conservation or development scenarios could modify runoff and water quality.

Model My Watershed: A Tool for Water Resource Management

Recorded March 2017
Video length: approximately two hours

This US EPA Watershed Academy webcast provides background on the Model My Watershed tool, demonstrates the tool, and highlights how this tool is being used by several states and others for their total maximum daily load, nonpoint source, and municipal stormwater programs. Visit the Watershed Academy archive to download the PowerPoint presentation.

WikiWatershed Toolkit for Educators

Recorded December 2016
Video length: approximately one hour

Stroud Center’s WikiWatershed website offers teachers, citizens, and professionals a suite of useful online and hands-on tools to promote freshwater stewardship. This webinar introduces WikiWatershed and then focuses on the Model My Watershed web app, which demonstrates the effects of land use and best management practices on your local streams and watersheds.

Model My Watershed for Resource Management

Recorded September 2016
Video length: approximately one hour, 15 minutes

Resource managers, conservation practitioners, and municipal decision-makers: learn how to use the Model My Watershed web app to analyze real land use, soil and other data for an area of interest, model stormwater runoff and water-quality impacts, and compare how different conservation or development scenarios could modify runoff and water quality.

Introduction to the Leaf Pack Network®

Recorded September 2016
Video length: approximately 30 minutes

Whether you’re a seasoned Leaf Packer or new to the Leaf Pack Network (LPN), this webinar is for you. Join Tara Muenz for a walkthrough of the LPN, where she will cover all the basics of how to get started and then share answers to those questions you’ve always wanted to ask.

Leaf Pack Network webinar screen shot

Teaching Environmental Sustainability With Model My Watershed (TES-MMW)

The TES-MMW curriculum (National Science Foundation grant DRL #1418133) gives students the ability to use data to understand how human actions impact watershed health. It lets them collect, analyze, manipulate, visualize, and experiment with real data in a modeling framework. They can then use their knowledge to make informed decisions.