Citizens of all ages conducting meaningful science for the benefit of their local communities and biodiversity.
- Asks the public to report "What do you see and where do you see it?" and create a state
and national public biodiversity database for all to use.
- Engage informal science education organizations that qualify as NatureMapping Learning Centers to provide training
and support to citizens and scientists working together on local research projects.
- Train NatureMappers how to apply their research data for local conservation efforts.