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Journalist Mary Ellen Hannibal introduces our citizen science issue and traces the origins of the movement.
Neil Tsutsui invites the public to join the scientific process through citizen science and outreach projects.
Pacific Crest Trail hikers help gather phenological data.
Warming climate, warming oceans l Wolf Prize winner l Pathogens endanger ecological restoration l When policy numbers don’t add up ... and more.
The alumnus and Coopertive Extension Specialist is on a mission to enlist citizen scientists to stomp out sudden oak death in California.
CNR researchers are working with citizen scientists to gather data around the Bay Area and across the globe.
Alumna Heidi Ballard discusses opportunities for education and research.
Alumna Jessica Siegel supports the Cal Teaching Kitchen.
The California Naturalist program offers an extensive public database of citizen science projects throughout the state.
Citizen scientist Jenni Peters helps track the movements of birds of prey along the Pacific Coast.
This issue of the magazine highlights partnerships between our scientists and the volunteers who help them assemble powerful data sets for projects related to conservation biology, phenology, forest health, human-wildlife conflict, and more.
Graduate student Margiana Petersen-Rockney on how two ranches are addressing the realities of a water-scarce future.