👥 Site, and Event Partners – Data Partners
We are very happy to collaborate with local and national organizations on important conservation, science, and education community programs. These organizations include the DCR and the Friends of the Fells (EwA comprehensive citizen science program); the Fresh Pond Reservation (EwA biodiversity & phenology citizen science program); the Somerville Community Growing Center (EwA entomology & phenology citizen science program); Green and Open Somerville (with whom we collaborate on insect and native species focused initiatives); The Boston Area City Nature Challenge Committee (co-organizing the local chapter of an international bioblitz); The Friend of the Blue Hills (Bio-Pollution Survey); The Zoo New-England (with whom we collaborate in documenting sensitive habitats and species in the Middlesex Fells reservation).
Thanks to the following organizations for great one-off projects and events! Lesley University (Annual Ethics Seminar); the Mass Audubon Habitat Education Center & Wildlife Sanctuary (2018 and 2019 EwA Community-based Pollinator Science); Explorers Club New England Chapter (2019 Seminar & Fells Hike); the Cambridge Center for Adult Education (where we presented various wildlife science programs); the Center for Arts at the Armory, the Medford Public Library and the Somerville Public Library (EwA Citizen Science seminars); Green Cambridge (EwA eco-ethics consultant work for the Alewife Ecology Collaborative); Speak for the Tree Boston (2018 co-led Tree-focused event); the Goddard House Facility (2018 Closer to Nature seminars); the Global March for Elephants & Rhinos’ Boston Chapter; and the National Biodiversity Teach-In organization (2018 environmental ethics webinar).