Science, education, and stewardship of the
Rio Grande and its watershed through
long-term, hands-on student research of ecosystem response and function to
inform public policy.
Educational resources for your home and backyard during the COVID-19 pandemic
We are adding new activities to our Educational Resources page every week so you can continue to engage in hands-on science exploration. Check out our social media pages for challenges and updates!
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Through science, all things are possible. By giving our community an opportunity to participate in citizen science, we can gather information about the riparian forest (bosque) while allowing students and volunteers alike to learn firsthand about the complex ecosystem that is the Rio Grande bosque.
We believe that education helps cultivate an understanding and respect, not just for our own bosque, but the planet as a whole. Through the education of the general public, especially our students, we seek to provide good data in order to inform public policy. There’s nothing greater than empowerment through education.
It is our responsibility to work together to study and learn about the Middle Rio Grande bosque. With meticulous research, data collection, and careful planning, we can begin to understand the overall condition of the bosque. Through citizen science, we hope to instill an environmental ethic that can transfer far beyond the bosque.