Get involved in citizen science on the Georgia coast! UGA Marine Extension and Georgia Sea Grant is hosting a workshop showcasing a variety of citizen science opportunities. Participants will hear from experts representing universities and conservation organizations who lead citizen science initiatives that involve monitoring water quality, removing invasive species and coordinating shorebird surveys. Hands-on training for different citizen science projects will be provided. The workshop is part of the Coastal Stewards Program, a series of environmental education workshops designed to engage adults in stewardship of the Georgia Coast.
Featured speakers and citizen science projects:
Registration is required by February 8. Click here to register.
Questions? Contact Kayla Clark at email@example.com or 912-598-3345.
The Coastal Stewards program is a series of environmental education workshops targeted to adults living on or visiting the Georgia coast. The goal of the program is to engage adults in activities designed to improve their knowledge of coastal ecosystems, enhance understanding of current issues impacting coastal communities, and inspire stewardship of natural resources. Each workshop contains a mixture of lecture, lab and field activities using scientific and recreational equipment.