Through our citizen science program, community residents receive hands-on training to support our land management. Citizen scientists collect data with us about the wildlife and habitats throughout our preserves—from monitoring salamanders, to banding bluebirds, to observing our chimney swift towers. Volunteers are engaged in real scientific fieldwork that ensures our conservation efforts are successful.
If you are interested in learning about how you can do citizen science with your classroom, club, or homeschool group, please contact Jenn Bilger, Director of Engagement at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I had the pleasure of attending my son's 3rd grade field trip this May. I was impressed with the knowledgeable and energetic staff and how actively they engaged the students in learning about the environment. The excitement of the children, at even small discoveries, was inspiring. You could see their understanding grow and watch as lessons from the classroom came to life for them in the experience of it all.Help Support Education