Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Sentry Program
The AIS Sentry Program educates and empowers community members to recognize and report aquatic invasive species throughout St. Louis County. The AIS Sentry Program helps prevent and limit the spread of AIS in waters throughout St. Louis County.
Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Trackers Program
Citizens are trained to monitor changes in populations of aquatic invasive species over time in specific locations.
City Nature Challenge: Duluth/Twin Ports
Which city in the United States can find the most nature? The City Nature Challenge will help us find out! Find wildlife, take a picture of what you find, share your observations.
Great Lakes Marsh Monitoring Program
Volunteers collect data on birds, frogs, and their habitats to assess populations and their associations, contribute to to conservation management, and increase public awareness.
Integrated Monarch Butterfly Monitoring Strategy
A national initiative to monitor monarch populations and habitat throughout the breeding range. The IMS uses a spatially balanced sampling scheme and draws from existing citizen science programs to deliver a suite of protocols that capture many aspects of habitat quality, threats, and monarch use of that habitat. Data gathered through the IMS contribute to existing population and habitat models that inform broad scale monarch conservation!
Midwest Invasive Species Information Network
The goal of this regional resource is to assist both experts and citizen scientists in the detection and identification of invasive species in support of the successful management of invasive species.
Project RED: Riverine Early Detectors
Volunteers are trained to detect invasive species early, when it is still possible to isolate or eradicate them.
Rare Plant Monitoring Program
Volunteers are trained to identify rare plants, conduct surveys, and submit data. Data is used to advance knowledge of rare plants in WI, and to help preserve rare flora for future generations.
Water Action Volunteers Stream Monitoring Program
Water Action Volunteers (WAV) is a statewide program for Wisconsin citizens who want to learn about and improve the quality of Wisconsin’s streams and rivers.
Weed ‘Em Out!
Volunteers are trained to identify and report emerging invasive plant species before they become big trouble.