Community Science Projects
Community science provides opportunities for volunteers to help with science research aimed at understanding the natural environment in New Hampshire.
Visitors to our forest reservations can contribute to environmental monitoring through digital photography with our Picture Posts. In addition, we train volunteers for long-term community science projects through partnerships with the American Chestnut Foundation and Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest.
We are currently looking for volunteers interested in training to be community scientists for long-term projects kicking-off in spring 2019. We'll provide everything you need to know to be successful and help collect data that will be used for science.
Learn more about our community science opportunities and how to get involved by clicking the links below.