The Leaf Pack Network 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.
The app helps users log and share data they collect in the field, interpret the data through learning pop-ups, and export it to create databases.
Scientists and educators from Montana State University and Stroud Water Research Center have created an exciting extension of the Leaf Pack Network: the Rock Pack Experiment.
Announcing the release of the updated kit featuring a new dichotomous key, new sorting sheet, updated manual, and a simplified biotic index calculation.
Fall is a great time to do a leaf pack experiment — but not the only time! If you can’t do an experiment in the fall you can still collect and dry your leaves and then assemble and deploy your leaf packs later. Macroinvertebrates are hungry year-round! You’ll need 30 grams of leaves for each leaf pack and we recommend making three leaf packs for each experiment. You may pick leaves off...[Read More]