Our Research Priorities
How do you mobilize people and policymakers to understand and take action against a threat they can’t see?
Rain gardens can be a great tool to manage water on your property or in your neighborhood…
Everyone has a personal connection to trees. We’ve found that people want to become involved in greening their neighborhoods. Our programs are designed to help municipalities and organizations choose to plant the right trees in the right places with the right community support to help cities become more resilient and healthy in the face of global change.
Dr. Mark Chandler — Earthwatch’s Director of Research Initiatives
How to Grow a Garden | ¿Cómo cultivamos un jardín aquí
YOUR SUPPORT MATTERS
Earthwatch depends on donations—above and beyond what we raise from volunteers who participate on our expeditions—in order to deliver our global conservation mission. In fact, volunteer contributions provide only half of the total resources Earthwatch needs to sustain over 40 field research expeditions, a wide variety of educational programs, corporate sustainability trainings, and more each year.