Rural and urban landscapes are filled with wild spaces and green places where nature has made a home. We hope to inspire you and your community to get involved in the recording of the nature on your doorstep. You can also measure the physical environment, so weather, air quality and even stars can all be surveyed by Citizen Scientists through interesting and innovative projects.
There are plenty of community groups getting involved in Citizen Science through:
- participation in national surveys
- involvement with local records centres
- participating in monitoring projects set up by local rangers, biodiversity officers or reserve managers
- training and participation with local wildlife Non Governmental Organisations (NGOs)
How do we Get Involved?
To give you some ideas about getting your community involved in citizen science:
- A selection of UK based Citizen Science projects suitable for community groups
- Case studies of community-based projects
- Information about community based Citizen Science initiatives across the world
Want more information?
We have produced a guide to running Citizen Science activities in your community which you can download here
Citizen Science Co-ordinator
143 Charles Street
Mobile: 07917 460488