Whether you're new to the Leaf Pack Network or just need a refresher, our methods videos are a great way to supplement the material in the Leaf Pack Network Manual.
Learn from Leaf Pack Network® “superstars” as educators and partners share tips and tricks of engaging students in the Leaf Pack Network.
Explore our video library of aquatic macroinvertebrates wriggling, swimming, and crawling through stream water!
Designed for 7th-12th grade learners and adult audiences, this video series provides an in-depth look into caddisfly ecology, ecosystem engineering, fluvial geomorphology, and more.
Join Leaf Pack Network Administrator and freshwater ecologist, Tara Muenz, for a tour of the new Leaf Pack Stream Ecology Kit features PLUS an introduction on how YOU can get started with the Leaf Pack Network!
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Ever want to spend a day in the boots of a freshwater scientist? Our Water Science Career Videos engage viewers of all ages in real careers in freshwater-focused science, technology, engineering, and math.
Net-spinning caddisflies build nets to trap their food. But did you know that these nets also hold rocks together in streams?
Students in Michigan discovered what was impacting their stream and then developed a plan to restore it with native plantings.
Students will learn to design, implement, and analyze a scientific investigation while discovering the value of aquatic macroinvertebrates as living indicators of water quality. The kit is reusable and flexible, adaptable to
This video highlights the partnership between Stroud Water Research Center, Riverkeeper, and Hudson Basin River Watch in the early 2000s. The Leaf Pack experiment involves creating an artificial leaf pack,