Browse citizen science initiatives and programs from around the nation.
Monitor plants—the timing of leafing, flowering, and fruiting—and collect important ecological data.
Learn about the wetlands and amphibian conservation in your community by reporting data on the calls of local frogs and toads.
Investigate water quality issues on local and regional scales and collaborate with students across the Chesapeake Bay watershed to analyze data and act.
Investigate water quality issues on local and regional scales and collaborate with others across the watershed to analyze data and act. States throughout the watershed—Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and New York—are invited to join.
Explore maps and graphs and contribute to water quality data from across the Great Lakes watershed region, including parts of the United States and Canada.
Learn about Illinois water quality through this environmental education project that provides students (grades 5-12) and groups (4-H, and Boys and Girls Scouts) with a unique hands-on opportunity to monitor a local stream.
Learn how students are helping to restore the health of Maryland’s streams through stream studies and projects.
Promote your school's efforts, find volunteers to help with your school projects, and examine the extent of sustainable schools and the impacts on environmental health and literacy.
Help clean up the trash problem in the Potomac watershed by tracking trash trends, comparing regional policies to the data, and identifying trash hotspots.