Leave No Trace’s Citizen Science program builds a community of people working together to gather information and build an outdoor ethic that protects natural areas for future generations.
Citizen Science: Creating a Dataset for Change
In this webinar, you will learn about the Center’s plans to expand Citizen Science in 2019, how volunteers are being trained to record data in the field, and why this effort can empower communities to engage with land managers and better protect natural resources.
The Leave No Trace Center is actively raising funds to support Citizen Science. Please contact Foundations Director Mark Eller (Mark@LNT.org) if a foundation you know might be interested in advancing this work. You can also support this effort by making an online donation right now.
Boosting Public Involvement with Citizen Science
What if you could use an app on your phone to record objective information about impacts found on your recreational outings and easily share it with a land manager and Leave No Trace? That’s what Leave No Trace Citizen Science is all about.
Leave No Trace Launches Citizen Science Monitoring Program
In 2018, the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics conducted a successful citizen science pilot project in Colorado’s White River National Forest.
Let’s protect and enjoy our natural world together
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