Jenna Ladd| October 17, 2017
A citizen science workshop will be held on Saturday, October 21st at the University of Iowa Memorial Union. Hosted by the UI Geoinformatics for Environmental and Energy Modeling and Prediction (GEEMaP) Program, the half-day workshop will provide information about opportunities for Iowa residents to participate in research related to wildlife, water quality, and natural resource management. Dr. Kristine Stepenuck, Extension Assistant Professor of Watershed Science, Policy and Education at the University of Vermont, will be the free event’s keynote speaker.
Attendees will be invited to sign up to participate in citizen science projects.
What: Citizen Science Workshop
When: Saturday, October 21, 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Where: Illinois Room, Iowa Memorial Union, University of Iowa
Cost: Free, open to public