Citizen Science Exploration: April Edition

Join natural history educator and Natural History Survey board member Kim Gaffett, with special guides, to learn how citizen scientists are volunteering to monitor anadromous fish as they migrate up the Narrow River past Gilbert Stuart Birthplace.

Every month throughout 2019, the Survey’s 25th anniversary, we’ll be featuring a different seasonal citizen science project. We’ll go out with one of the volunteers already participating in it and see what it’s all about. If you’ve been wanting to get involved in citizen science, this is a great way to sample a bunch of different projects and see which is the best fit for your interests and availability.

Final details aren’t worked out just yet so visit the Survey’s Facebook page or call or email the office for more information.






Gilbert Stuart Birthplace & Museum, Gilbert Stuart Road, Saunderstown, RI

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