The Joshua Tree Genome Project and its partners are excited to announce a new citizen science program: Mapping Joshua Trees for Climate Change Resilience.
Working with local conservation organizations and teams of citizen scientists, we will develop a comprehensive map of the current distribution of Joshua trees, and assess population health through on-the-ground demographic surveys. The results of this study will allow us to develop a conservation plan for Joshua trees in the face of climate change. We are currently seeking local leaders from communities across the Mojave Desert to assist us with the project, and will hold a series of training events beginning in November, 2018.
To request more information, or become involved as a citizen scientist or a conservation leader click here and fill out the registration form. For more information, keep reading.