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The StreamWebs Student Stewardship Network is an educational platform that provides teachers and students with resources to conduct hands-on watershed stewardship projects. The StreamWebs program works to promote the teaching and learning of field based science, enhance environmental literacy, and provide resources that support Meaningful Watershed Education Experiences (MWEEs).

By providing students and teachers open-source, web-based tools for watershed data collection, analysis, and a multimedia showcase for their project and data reports, StreamWebs helps to bridge student field experiences back to the classroom and vice versa. StreamWebs hopes to increase understanding and stewardship of watersheds and related ocean, coastal, riverine, and estuarine ecosystems and to help students and teachers demonstrate their role as vital contributors to watershed sustainability.

StreamWebs is a program of Oregon Sea Grant and Oregon State University Extension Service and is supported by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Bay and Watershed Education Training (BWET) program.

If you have questions about StreamWebs, or how you can get involved, email StreamWebs@oregonstate.edu .