- 1427 E 116th St. Carmel, Indiana 46032 United States
- Citizen Science is a worldwide program allowing non-scientists to collect scientific grade data to help further our understanding of various aspects of the environment. Citizen Scientists go out to the parks and utilize specialized tools and mobile applications to collect valuable habitat data. At CCPR, current tracks of Citizen Science include Bird Monitoring, Bluebird Monitoring, Hoosier Riverwatch Stream Monitoring, Native Plant Monitoring, Invasive Plant Monitoring, and our latest track – Mycology (the study of fungi). Citizen Scientists give at least 3 hours a month per track through scheduled events and independent observations. These tracks have a limited capacity since our Citizen Science volunteers receive a lot of education and personalized attention from our staff. To apply, please contact the Volunteer Coordinator.
- Social Issues:
- Education and Literacy, Environment