A park educator and students looks at a computer during a Watershed Education investigation, Pennsylvania State Parks.The newly revised DCNR Watershed Education (WE) Database provides a place for all participating WE schools and PA State Parks to enter field investigation data (conditions, physical, chemical, and biological). Designed as a companion to the DCNR Watershed Education Curriculum, this database provides a pathway to networking between active schools in the program. Teachers, naturalists, and PA State Park staff who are trained in the WE Curriculum should be entering data into this database, but it is open to all who would like to enter data. Please refer to the Watershed Education Database Help File for directions and more information. The WE Database is free and open to all to use.

You can now enter your water quality monitoring data streamside! The new database is mobile friendly! It is designed to be useable on tablets as well as desktop and laptop computers. It is not recommended for use on smart phones (iPhone, Android, etc.).

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In the future, the database will include graphing and charting capabilities. Users will be able to generate reports, share data, and network with others within the system.

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