Author: Greg Newman

Citizen Science meets Livelihoods: Co-producing knowledge in Wyoming cattle country

Weighing cattle with the Thunder Basin Grassland Prairie Ecosystem Association team.

I first met Monte early one morning in the sun-bleached heat of mid-summer, 2018. Monte’s family owns a ranch in Thunder Basin- a huge expanse of rangeland and prairie grassland in north central and northeastern Wyoming where there are more pronghorn and cows than people. Monte and his family have been stewards of these large

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The Visible Impact of Citizen Science

Scientific publication is an important milestone for many citizen science projects, that can sometimes feel elusive. But, with a little front-end planning and guidance, it can be done. A paper by the American Trout Lily Project, hosted on, was recently published in the peer-reviewed journal Ecology! Their paper and their process for becoming published provides an

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Manage Citizen Science More Effectively with

You’re busy. Your work, your life, your citizen science, it all takes time. We get it. You’re the reason all of us here at come to work every day – to make it easier for you to accomplish great citizen science. We’ve been hammering away behind the scenes to improve Here are few

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