Introduction to Citizen Science Opportunities Webinar

Ever wonder about how to turn your passion for the outdoors into action as a citizen/community scientist? How do invasive species impact our trail systems and parks? Take this workshop to learn about the different ways that YOU can become the scientist and help protect our local landscapes and parks and have fun in the process!

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This Citizen Science workshop is an opportunity to learn about the different citizen science programs that the Trail Conference and the Lower Hudson Partnership for Regional Invasive Species Management are offering in 2021 and ways that you can become involved.

The workshop will provide a basic introduction to invasive species and their impact on native flora, fauna and ecosystems as a whole and provide an overview of our program offerings through a presentation and a few interactive activities through the computer. Learn how to use some neat mobile apps- Seek and iNaturalist- to help explore the world around you! Please look at the instructions for how to download these apps and start an account in advance of the webinar.

Please register.  Space is limited.


April 18th, 2021 9:30 AM through 10:30 AM
United States
Additional workshop information
Level Beginner
Coordinator Brent Boscarino
Instructor Brent Boscarino
For more information, contact... Brent at [email protected] or 201-512-9348 x832