Many state and national agencies and non-profit groups offer excellent resources that can enhance your leaf pack experiment.
- Find your watershed, view water quality monitoring data, and see a list of citizen-based groups working in your watershed on the EPA’s Surf Your Watershed website.
- Visit the United States Geological Survey website for climate and land use data, information about ecosystems, and more.
- The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission Online Education Resources Catalog offers educational materials on aquatic habitats, fish, amphibians and reptiles, conservation, and more.
- The Delaware River Basin Commission Education Page has watershed maps, quizzes and puzzles, field trip ideas, and lesson plans
- Want to explore, conserve, and learn about natural resources in Pennsylvania? Visit the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources website
- The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection website has information about Pennsylvania’s environmental laws and regulations, including those that protect water quality in streams and rivers.
- Visit the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation website for outdoor activities, information about aquatic life, pollution, and climate, as well as lots of resources and training for teachers.
- Keep up with New York’s clean water advocate, The Riverkeeper.