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Bonnie Park Dam Removal
Dora Kelly Nature Park
Jackson View Landing
Changes in our environment are difficult to see and understand because they happen gradually, but long term monitoring projects are expensive and complex. Chronolog solves this problem by connecting communities with land stewards to create crowd-sourced time lapses of important natural areas.
Chronolog’s mission is twofold: First, to engage people with nature in an interactive new way. Second, to keep a record of phenological change for scientific use. By making environmental conservation a collaborative activity, people become interested in participating and compelled by the findings.
Blue Water River Walk
Fuller Farm Preserve
Each year three million people visit Indiana Dunes State and National Parks. At the same time, park staff are actively managing and restoring hundreds of acres of wetlands, oak savannas, and o... Continue Reading
Landscapes change over time, but it can be hard to track what changes are actually occurring, and the data collection can be a massive undertaking. Recent developments in technology have made ... Continue Reading
“Keālia Pond National Wildlife Refuge is excited to provide this opportunity for visitors to get involved and document their wildlife refuge,” said Courtney Brown, Keālia Pond NWR visitor serv... Continue Reading
If you haven’t been to the museum’s wetlands in a while (let’s face, not many people have since this past March) and you miss it, here’s a few shots of what it looks like now. Back in March th... Continue Reading
Environmental changes can move at a snail’s pace, making them costly to record and hard for the average person — and even scientists — to visualize. Now, Scenic Hudson has introduced an inexpe... Continue Reading
This project positively impacts the longleaf restoration project that the preserve has been a part of for over 10 years. This project will help BTNP monitor both the natural reforestation of t... Continue Reading
Keālia Pond NWR Visitor Service Manager
Chronolog is a monitoring tool for parks, nature centers, wildlife organizations, schools, and museums worldwide. With over 100,000 contributors across 300 organizations, Chronolog is on a mission to engage communities with nature while recording important natural changes.
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