Conservation Impacts of Citizen Science

The Participatory and Citizen Science Working group from the Society of Conservation Biology is leading a new project called “Conservation Impacts of Citizen Science.” This project seeks to document the broad ranging conservations impacts and outcomes of citizen science within communities all around the world.

They are looking for citizen science project managers and leaders to contribute information about the associated conservation outcomes that have resulted from their previous, or ongoing, citizen science projects. These conservation outcomes could be things such as policy changes, evidence of successful conservation management, changes to resource management programs, etc. 

If you would like to join the project please click here and help them to build a more holistic picture of the tangible benefits of citizen science from around the world.

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  • Chel Roxburgh

    Hi. I have been photo documenting the seriously burnt bush along Cox’s Road between Hartley Vale and Mt York, Blue Mtns. From an ecologically dead zone to rampant weeds and grasses. I’ve been wondering what to do with them. Can I put them on disk or thumb drive and send them to someone? Regards, Chel

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