The Yellowstone Citizen Science Initiative provides unique opportunities for park stewards of all backgrounds to directly engage with scientific research taking place in Yellowstone National Park!
Participants collect essential data that draw crucial connections between changes to Yellowstone’s environment and the species it supports, ultimately helping to inform science-driven management decisions.
The Initiative is a collaboration between Yellowstone Forever, Yellowstone National Park, and surrounding communities.
Housing is available for Citizen Science volunteers at the Yellowstone Overlook Kendeda Field Campus or our new Landis residence in Gardiner, MT.
Want more information about our Citizen Science projects? Contact Garrett Tovey, Citizen Science Specialist with the Yellowstone Forever Institute, at email@example.com or 406.848.2823, or Erik Oberg, National Park Service Biologist, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 307.344.2156.