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The University of Minnesota Citizen Science Program connects youth and adults to large scale scientific research projects. Volunteers follow prescribed protocols to collect and report essential data.
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Detectors learn how to recognize early infestations.Trackers are trained to collect data through monitoring population and water chemistry changes.
The Driven to Discover citizen science program engages youth in authentic scientific inquiry by capitalizing on the rich learning opportunities provided by citizen science. More
First Detectors learn how to detect and diagnose early infestations of emerald ash borer and other devastating pests.
The Minnesota Bee Atlas uses citizen science volunteers to map the diversity and distribution of native bees across the state.
MLMP involves volunteers from across the United States and Canada in monarch research. More
Citizen scientists help in the early detection of emerald ash borer (EAB) with the help of the smoky winged beetle bandit; a beetle-hunting wasp.
The Driven to Discover curriculum is now available. More
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