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Saturday, May 20 • 12:00pm - 4:00pm
Public Citizen Science Festival at the Science Museum of Minnesota (free admission with CSA namebadge)

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Immerse yourself in a public engagement experience – join peers and the public at the Science Museum of Minnesota’s Citizen Science Festival! At the Citizen Science Festival, 25 project leaders will share their current projects with the public and engage in hands-on activities. Observe how museum visitors discover how to monitor animals and insects, explore the impacts of light pollution, map precipitation, and record water quality. Engaging the public in science is never a simple task; see it in action, learn from your peers, and maybe even engage yourself! Did you know? CitiSci2017 conference registrants enjoy complimentary access to the Science Museum of Minnesota all week during the conference! Show your conference badge to get in.

This event is sponsored by: Science Museum of MinnesotaImages: The Crowd & The Cloud

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Citizen Water Monitoring Programs at the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
Laurie Sovell - Minnesota Pollution Control Agency

Sound Around Town - Twin Cities
Caren Cooper - North Carolina State University and SciStarter

HerpMapper.org
Christopher Smith - HerpMapper.org

Red-headed Woodpecker Recovery Project
Caitlin Potter - University of Minnesota Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve

CoCoRaHS - The Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network
Noah Newman - CoCoRaHS

CitSci.org - Helping You Do Great Science
Sarah Newman - CitSci.org, Natural Resource Ecology Lab, Colorado State University

Cedar Creek Wildlife Survey
Jonathan Poppele - Minnesota Wildlife Tracking Project

AIS Detectors & AIS Trackers
Eleanor Burkett - University of Minnesota

Zooniverse
Julie Feldt - Zooniverse at Adler Planetarium

Minnesota Bumble Bee Survey
Elaine Evans - U of MN Department of Entomology

Minnesota Bee Atlas
Rob Blair

Monarch Larva Monitoring Project
Karen Oberhauser - University of Minnesota

Minnesota Dragonfly Society
Ami Thompson - Minnesota Dragonfly Society

NOAA Marine Debris Monitoring and Assessment Project
Carlie Herring - NOAA Marine Debris Program

ScienceCache: Collecting Phenology Data Through Geocaching
Tab Graves - U.S. Geological Survey, Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center

GLOBE Observer
Sarah McCrea - SSAI/NASA LaRC

NASA Solve - public Participation Opportunities at NASA
Amy Kaminski - NASA

CitSciBio: The Biomedical Citizen Science Hub
Katrina Theisz - National Cancer Institute

Counting Birds for Science with the Cornell Lab of Ornithology
Robyn Bailey - Cornell Lab of Ornithology

iNaturalist.org
Scott Loarie - California Academy of Sciences

The Globe at Night Citizen-Science Campaign
Constance Walker - National Optical Astronomy Observatory

SciStarter
Catherine Hoffman

SciGirls
Leah Defenbaugh - SciGirls

Habitat Network
Megan C. Whatton - The Nature Conservancy

Bumble Bee Conservation in Your Garden and Beyond
Susan Carpenter - University of Wisconsin--Madison Arboretum


Saturday May 20, 2017 12:00pm - 4:00pm
Offsite: Science Museum of Minnesota

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