Join a team of scientists as they share their research each Thursday in April from noon to 1 pm. The webinars will cover the basic research projects, how to get involved, and how you can become a Citizen Scientist!
Cost is $20 per webinar or $50 for the series, or attend live for free in room 19 Green Hall on the UMN St. Paul campus where you can meet the researchers.
April 19 Speakers: Johanna Desprez and Matt Russell
In this webinar we will discuss the impacts of deer populations on vegetation in Minnesota and current forest resources research being done at the University of Minnesota. Further, we will discuss the questions we have yet to answer and how citizen science can help with that. We will introduce a citizen science project operated by the University of Minnesota Extension, discuss upcoming workshops, and explain how you can get involved monitoring the impacts of deer on vegetation and begin collecting data.