Launch a Project

Is engaging citizen scientists part of your mission? If so, consider joining the growing number of organizations who host new and existing citizen science projects on FieldScope’s interactive platform.

Who can submit projects?

Current FieldScope partners include:

  • Association of Zoos and Aquarium’s FrogWatch USA
  • Chicago Botanic Garden’s BudBurst
  • Globe at Night
  • Ocean Sanctuaries’ Sharks of California
  • San Diego River Parks Foundation
  • Michigan Sea Grant (Great Lakes Water Quality)
  • NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office and others (Chesapeake Bay Water Quality)
  • Alice Ferguson Foundation’s Trash Free Potomac Watershed Initiative
  • NGRREC Illinois Stream Discovery
  • Clark County, Washington
  • MERITO Foundation

Why host a citizen science project on FieldScope?

FieldScope offers several interactive tools and resources to enhance citizen science projects, including these:

  • Shared Project Database: FieldScope is a convenient platform for you to upload past data from spreadsheets and to invite your participants to add new data as they collect it.
  • Graphing and Mapping Tools: Your data comes to life in a new way through our maps and graphs, with many possibilities for engagement and analysis. See our visualizations page for examples.
  • Storytelling with Data: Your program manager and project contributors can create and share maps and graphs to tell stories about the data that have been collected.
  • Tools for Program Managers: Keep track of your participants’ contributions and manage project data.

Are we a fit?

Are you interested in leveraging FieldScope’s interactive platform at little to no cost to enhance your existing and future citizen science projects? Take this short survey to help us determine whether we are a fit. A FieldScope program manager will contact you directly to discuss next steps.