The purpose of this community science program is two-fold:
- To accelerate research and find solutions about forest health issues.
- To empower communities to care for the health of trees and forests.
Community members like you are driving research about the health of our forests.
Join the movement to understand the effects of climate change on our forests and communities by taking photos of western redcedar and sharing them on the iNaturalist Mobile App!
Protecting our forests is a community effort. We can’t do it without you or the community around you! Share this project with your community or contact us to organize a presentation.
Your perspective is important to us! Let us know how this program can better serve you and your communities!
Help shape this program! We’re always looking for more communities and partners to engage with and learn from.
Your tax-deductible gift, whether its a cup of coffee or something greater, will help us impact more communities and make more discoveries together.
The purpose of this program is to provide opportunities to contribute to research and keep forests healthy. Become a community scientist and help advance knowledge!
Community science is a form of research that is championed by communities. Anyone can become a community scientist and advance knowledge through their community.
Healthy urban and rural forests provide many critical services to humanity. Join us to study and mitigate the factors threatening the health of our forests!
Fill out this form to receive quarterly updates about the program.
Have questions about forest health? Want to learn more about the Forest Health Watch program? Join us during this office hour to ask questions and learn about the issues affecting …Find out more »
These meetings are hosted specifically for tribes and tribal members. We will be available to listen and discuss any plant health issues every third Monday of the month. We welcome …Find out more »