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Leveraging the Power of Community and Science Webinar
April 28 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Developing a community-based science project can be an effective means of collecting data and reaching diverse audiences while providing education on how to use science to understand the world around us.
It is also an opportunity to engage local communities and volunteers in collecting data that can lead to results in understanding, protecting, and restoring local environments.
Explore models of community-based science, Pennsylvania’s history with aquatic monitoring, and case studies that illustrate the power of community-led efforts!
Hear about current work happening in the water resource field and be able to ask questions and share ideas with professionals across Pennsylvania.
The speakers include–
— Tyler Groh, Assistant Research Professor, Penn State University; and
— Julie Vastine, Executive Director Of Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring, Dickinson College.
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