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From LA to Nova Scotia and Back, a Student’s Journey into Science

During the summer of 2013, Andrea Gamino traveled to Nova Scotia to study mammals with Earthwatch as part of the Ignite LA Student Science Awards…

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Earthwatch: More than a Trip

For students, the opportunity to travel and conduct scientific field research is a rare but valuable experience…

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Salt, Water, and Science – A 10-Day Adventure in Acadia

This summer, high schooler Masooma Hasnain traveled from her home in Los Angeles to coastal Maine to participate on the Earthwatch expedition Climate Change: Sea to Trees at Aca…

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9 Ways to Conserve Forests with Earthwatch

Trees are undercover superheroes in ecosystems…

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The Power of One to Transform the Lives of Many

“I never knew about these opportunities…

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My Story: Girls in Science

In August, Eugena joined nine other high schoolers in Woods Hole, Massachusetts to take part in the Earthwatch Girls in Science Fellowship Program…

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Reflections on Women in STEM

An Earthwatch Girls in Science fellow reflects on how the experience, along with other moments in her life, has shaped her as a young woman in science.

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Alcoa Foundation Invests in Employees and Global Sustainability with Earthwatch

A partnership between the Alcoa Foundation and Earthwatch brings together employees from Alcoa offices and plants around the world to take action and address the impacts of clim…

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Archaeology: It Isn’t Just About The Digging

This summer, Heather Motta traveled from her home in Los Angeles to Crow Canyon, Colorado to work alongside archeologists uncovering ancestral Pueblo great houses…

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How to Save the Planet, One Tree at a Time

There are numerous important economic and ecological reasons to conserve forests, in addition to intrinsic and emotional reasons…

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