Spring into Science! Tree Spotters and TreeVersity at the MIT Citizen Science Fair

by Danny Schissler, Research and Projects Coordinator, Friedman Lab
February 19, 2018

Spring into Science! Tree Spotters and TreeVersity at the MIT Citizen Science Fair

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At the Arboretum and across the globe, volunteers are challenging the notion that science happens behind closed doors. Citizen scientists—individuals who contribute their time and efforts towards observation and data collection—are transforming the nature of scientific discovery through their collaborative efforts with professional researchers. Around the world, citizen scientists work alongside professionals in fields ranging […]

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Seeking fresh faces to join our Volunteer Program

by Kate Stonefoot, Manager of Visitor Engagement
July 29, 2016

Seeking fresh faces to join our Volunteer Program

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Do you love… Spending your weekends outdoors? Having conversations with new people? Learning new things about the natural world? Volunteer at the Arnold Arboretum! Join our Interpreter Program. Learn about the fascinating world of plants and Arboretum history. Be trained to effectively engage with visitors one-on-one or in small groups. Help people explore the landscape. […]

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