Stewarding the Steppe with Gana Wingard

For more than 20 years, Gana Wingard has been working to conserve the Ikh Nart Nature Reserve.

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A Killer's Charm

The story of a marine predator that has inspired both fear and fascination for generations.

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The Night Watch

In Playa Grande, Costa Rica, more than 20 years of egg poaching consumed a generation of leatherback sea turtles.

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Fostering a Global Community of Earthwatch Ambassadors

Earthwatch advocates come from near and far to support our mission to unite citizens with scientists.

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On the Path to Becoming a Female STEM Role Model in Acadia

This summer, through a sponsorship with Spring Power & Gas, high schooler Sophia Ludtke traveled to Maine to take part on the Earthwatch expedition Climate Change: Sea to T…

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Hiking, Song Birds, and Finding a Path to Environmentalism through Earthwatch

Judith Santano traveled to Wyoming in 2013 as part of Earthwatch's student scholarship program, Ignite…

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Into the Peruvian Amazon – The Journey of an EY-Earthwatch Ambassador

An EY-Earthwatch Ambassador shares her experience in the Peruvian Amazon, helping to conserve the wildlife in the basin while teaming up with fellow EY teammates to support loca…

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Citizen Science, Trees, and the Quest for Urban Resiliency

Between 2012 and 2015, nearly 9,000 trees in Cambridge, Massachusetts were measured and monitored by both researchers and citizen scientists.

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Sea Turtles and Malibu Rum in the Bahamas—The Beginnings of a Beautiful Partnership

As a fundraiser for Earthwatch, I spend most of my time reaching out to potential donors, tens of thousands of times each year. Most will go unanswered.

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Drought, Meadows, and Climate Change in California’s Sierra Nevada

Betsy Harbert is a field team leader on the Earthwatch expedition Restoring Meadows in the Sierra Nevada Mountains and river science project manager at the South Yuba River Citi…

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The Jungle of Mirrors, Part 3

The finale of a three-part series about the complex history and uncertain future of one of the most biodiverse places in the world—and the people who have dedicated their lives…

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The Jungle of Mirrors, Part 2

A three-part series about the complex history and uncertain future of one of the most biodiverse places in the world—and the people who have dedicated their lives to conserving…

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The Jungle of Mirrors, Part 1

A three-part series about the complex history and uncertain future of one of the most biodiverse places in the world—and the people who have dedicated their lives to conserving…

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