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The power of participatory science in urban settings

How to contribute to citizen science to advance conservation interests with iNaturalist

DATE & TIME
Sunday, December 11, 2022
2 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
SPEAKER(S)

Jackie Martin, Urban Agriculture and Biodiversity Coordinator at Concordia

COST

This event is free

WHERE

Coeur des sciences UQAM
Pavillon Cœur des sciences 175, avenue du Président-Kennedy Montréal (Québec) H2X 0A3

Purple wildflowers at the level of a rooftop or balcony are pollinated by a bee in the foreground. In the background lower down is a street lined with trees, homes, and parked cars.

 

Are you a nature lover? Do you like to notice plants, animals, birds, and insects in your surroundings? You can become a participatory scientist!

The Campus Biodiversity Network has developed over a dozen iNaturalist projects to encourage students and other community members to explore nature.

Join them other panelists, including Concordia's own Urban Agriculture and Biodiversity Coordinator, for a discussion of what citizens can accomplish during a City Nature Challenge bioblitz!

Panelists

Katherine Collin, Founder, Campus Biodiversity Network, and Co-Organizer, Technoparc Oiseaux
James Pagé, Biodiversity Specialist, Canadian Wildlife Federation
Jackie Martin, Urban Agriculture and Biodiversity Coordinator, Concordia University
Julie Maurais, Rosemère Vert

The event will be offered in French and in English.

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