WXXI Citizen Science

Join WXXI and our partners as we explore and discover our region through community science projects and resources! Participation is easy, free, and open to anyone in the Greater Rochester and Finger Lakes region. Help us see all the biodiversity in our community and get excited about being citizen scientists! 

 

Ongoing

WXXI Education has pulled together educational support resources related to learning about invasive species.
WXXI Kids has curated a list of nature-oriented activities.
WXXI Kids pulled together a list of FREE nature-exploring activities and resources that families and educators can use.
Be inspired to care for and celebrate the environment with PBS KIDS Cyberchase!
Citizen science typically refers to research collaborations between scientists and volunteers, particularly (but not exclusively) to expand opportunities for scientific data collection and to provide access to scientific information for community members.
WXXI Education has pulled together educational support resources for the new PBS series The Age of Nature. 
Join WXXI as we continue to be citizen scientists and observe our community through a special ongoing WXXI Community Observation Challenge!
Do you use apps to explore the outdoors with your kiddos? Check out some of our FAVORITE nature-exploring apps that work well with young children!

Recently

Thursday, May 12, 2022 - 5:00pm
Join American Experience for a PAST FORWARD conversation exploring access and conflicts around clean water with environmental scientist Peter Gleick, US Water Alliance CEO Mami Hara and moderated by historian Jessica Marie Johnson.

 
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