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Citizen Science Tools and Resources for Extension Professionals

So now that you have a good understanding of what citizen science is, or maybe you've even started using it in your programs, what tools and resources are out there to support your work?

This Tools and Resources webinar will cover:
How to find existing programs to join,
Toolkits on how to start and maintain your own citizen science program (including how to support volunteers),
Curricula to support youth involvement in citizen science programs,
Grants to support citizen science programs,
And more!

We will also have a Q-and-A period and a chance to share other resources you have found

This session is a follow-up to the webinar Introduction to Citizen Science in Cooperative Extension on June 28th, which covers the basics of citizen science.

This webinar will be recorded and archived on eXtension.org for future viewing. 

https://youtu.be/TH5mAiIWV9c

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