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.

International News

Spanish-Language Leaf Pack Experiment Kit Pilot Program

“Gracias por esta oportunidad,” wrote Gabrielle Gutierrez, a biology teacher at the Guanacaste Conservation Area in northern Costa Rica very near Stroud Water Research Center’s tropical stream laboratory at the Maritza Biological Station. “Thank you for this opportunity.”

Leaf Pack Network Newsletter #9, Spring 2007

In this issue: High Schoolers To Walk Entire Length of NYC Water Supply System!; Leaf Pack in Guatemala; Leaf Pack Goes to Summer Camp; High Schoolers Use Leaf Pack To Teach First Graders.

Leaf Pack Network Newsletter #8, Fall 2006

In this issue: Leaf Pack Across the Americas; NOAA Chesapeake Bay Leaf Pack Grant; Teachers Within the New York City Drinking Water Watershed: Meet Your Local Leaf Pack Coordinators.

Leaf Pack Network Newsletter #7, Fall 2005

In this issue: How Do Scientists Tie A Leaf Pack?; Idaho State University Brings Leaf Pack Experiments To High School Students; Leaf Pack Goes International Again!

Leaf Pack Network Newsletter #5, Winter 2004-2005

In this issue: Kenya Update: Nobel Peace Prize Winner, Stroud Center Partner; Penn State Leaf Pack Project.

Students in Kenya Do the Leaf Pack Experiment

At the end of her visit to Stroud Water Research Center, Nobel Prize nominee Wangari Maathai, was given a Leaf Pack Kit with the hope that she could engage students in Kenyan schools in a new and exciting approach to conservation.

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