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Citizen Science Survey

Posted: November 6, 2017

If you are a Researcher, Educator or Citizen involved in Citizen Science this survey is for you!

The Lake Superior Regional Citizen Science Collaborative (LSRCSC) seeks to identify citizen science efforts and opportunities in the Western Lake Superior Region in order to create an opportunity for communication and collaboration among researchers, educators and volunteers who want to engage in citizen science in our region. Please take 10 minutes to complete the following survey. We thank you in advance for your time. This project has been funded by a University of Minnesota Serendipity Grant.

Take the Survey!

CitSciMN: A Symposium for Citizen Science Professionals in Minnesota

Event Date: December 1, 2017

Calling all professionals whose work involves citizen science!

What: A one-day gathering to learn from experienced citizen science programs, exchange ideas, get inspired, and connect to a community of citizen science professionals.

Who should attend? People who coordinate, lead, and/or administer citizen science projects in Minnesota and scientists who want to involve the public in their research.

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Western Great Lakes Lake Superior Regional Citizen Science Collaborative Symposium

Event Date: November 30, 2017

What: Three hour symposium connecting regional researchers, educators and citizens looking to share ideas  and develop collaborations around citizen science.

Who should attend: Researchers, educators and citizens interested in citizen science in Northern MN.

Where: Hartley Nature Center

When: November 30, 2017, 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Registration: Free to attend

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Mighty migrations of fish into Great Lakes streams

Event Date: Spring, 2018

Shedd Aquarium and collaborators are offering a great citizen science opportunity in the Spring of 2018 “Mighty migrations of fish into Great Lakes streams”

Contact Dr. Karen Murchie <> or 312-692-2783 for more information.

2nd Annual City Nature Challenge

Event Date: April 27-30, 2018

More details to come.

What: Collect regional biodiversity data using the iNaturalist platform.

Who should participate: Individuals, K-12, college, researches, non-profits.

When: April 27-30, 2018

Where can you participate: Duluth, Proctor, and Cloquet, MN and Superior, WI

Training be provided: TBD on times and locations