Become a Citizen Scientist

Our Citizen Science initiative empowers individuals to actively engage in conservation efforts. Participants, regardless of formal scientific training, contribute to the documentation and protection of our planet’s vital waterways.  By observing, collecting, and reporting data on local aquatic ecosystems, every citizen scientist aids in enhancing our understanding and response to environmental changes. This grassroots involvement not only accelerates our mission to protect and preserve waterways but also fosters a stronger, globally-aware community dedicated to environmental stewardship.

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Integrating Citizen Science into EVC’s Mission

EarthViews Conservation Society has always believed in the power of collective action. Our mission, at its core, revolves around the preservation and protection of Earth’s essential waterways. By integrating Citizen Science, we’re amplifying our reach and effectiveness in several key ways:

Featured Citizen Scientists

Cross country skiing at Hudson River Headwaters

Check out RC_Mapper: Documenting Hudson River’s crucial headwaters. Their health sets the stage for the river’s journey, ensuring vibrant ecosystems and the well-being of communities from the Adirondacks to NYC.

a man rowing a boat on the Puget Sound

Featuring RodS_Mapper: Navigating the South Puget Sound’s elusive islands with his rowing shell, capturing vital nearshore conditions. As climate change challenges Puget Sound’s health, his explorations offer insights to safeguard its future.

Kayaking in the Chicago River

Spotlight on LisaC_Mapper: Scanning recovery efforts on the shores of the Chicago River. With the reintroduction of native fish species and enhancement of riparian habitats, her RiverScans chart a polluted river’s journey to rejuvenation.

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