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Real Life Science with Dandelions and Project BudBurst

Check out a recent article in the Journal of Microbiology and Biology Education where Katherine Johnson, Youth Education Programs Director at the Chicago Botanic Garden, shares her experience involving youth in Project BudBurst using dandelions as a research subject.
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Celebrate Citizen Science Day

Celebrate Citizen Science Day on April 16th!
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Share the Beauty of Cherry Blossom Blitz

During the months of March and April, we’re particularly interested in your observations of cherry trees around the country for our annual Cherry Blossom Blitz campaign.
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Have Your Students Recognized by the White House

The White House Office of Science Technology and Policy (OSTP) is seeking 'stories of students that have been excellent participants in citizen science projects' at the K-12 level. To complement the young women and men who will be joining President Obama at his sixth and final White House Science Fair in mid-April, OSTP has reached out asking for submissions of student-led citizen science...
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Welcome Our Newest Partner!

Please join the Project BudBurst staff in welcoming our newest partner: the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC)!
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