Contribute to Science Around the World

Late February marked the launch of Heritage Conservancy’s new Community Science project! A virtual kickoff meeting was held over Zoom, where 24 interested individuals listened to a presentation by staff members discussing the future of the group and why this work is so important.

What is the best part? Anyone can be a Community Scientist! All it entails is visiting natural lands and assisting other scientists by taking pictures of and logging carious plant and animal species that are found. This will help Heritage Conservancy with Property Stewardship management, while helping the scientific community as a whole gain a better understanding of where plants and animals are located and how they migrate. The meeting was a success, and we are excited to have the teams get started in the spring!

*If you would like more information or would like to join, contact Melissa at