Community Science in an increasingly popular way to bring together scientists and science-minded people to support evidence based decision making on our public lands and in our communities. This conference will bring together project coordinators, participants, students, teachers, and those with general interest, to discuss the challenges and rewards of community science in the rural west.
The Biodiversity Institute is excited to announce a one-day, virtual citizen science conference on December 4th, 2020! We look forward to connecting with everyone until we can meet for our full, in-person Rocky Mountain Citizen Science Conference in 2021. The virtual conference will be from 8-4, and sessions will be recorded and posted online.
Registration is $10, which will give you access to the live sessions and the recordings.
We are now accepting abstracts for our 2020 mini-conference!
All topics related to the challenges of community science are welcomed, but we are especially interested in talks revolving around community science programs in the age of social distancing, how to promote inclusivity while going online, and incorporating community science into online education.