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SciStarter Wild Hope Citizen Science Series
SciStarter Wild Hope Citizen Science Series
The Big OysterAn alliance of architects, restaurateurs, scientists, and high school students is deploying one billion oysters to restore New York Harbor and protect the city from climate change.
Beaver Fever – The return of landscape-changing beavers brings chaos, controversy, and unique benefits to Britain’s manicured countryside.
Woodpecker Wars – An improbable alliance between scientists and soldiers is giving a special bird—the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker—a new lease on life.
Does Nature Have Rights? – In Ecuador, conservationists invoke the constitutional rights of nature to save areas of immense biodiversity.
The Beautiful Undamned – Ten years after a massive dam removal, salmon are returning to the Elwha River, helping to revive a lost ecosystem, and providing a new model for undamming rivers across the American West.
Coffee for Water – A national park grows coffee to save a rainforest—and safeguard the communities and wildlife that depend on it.
Salamander of the Gods – Scientists partner with farmers, fishers, and nuns to save two remarkable species of aquatic salamanders in Mexico.
Canine Conservationists – To save Australia’s iconic indigenous animals from invasive species, habitat loss and fire, scientists have enlisted unusual partners with a surprising nose for conservation: Dogs.
Gardner to Guardian – Mary Reynolds was a celebrated garden designer—the youngest to ever win the storied Chelsea Garden Show in London—before she recognized the impact agriculture and development was having on wildlife in her native Ireland. Now, she helps 20,000 followers around the world give half of whatever land they have, from an estate to a window box, back to nature to support local biodiversity.