Earthwatch Institute

Earthwatch Institute

Address:3 Clock Tower Pl Suite 100
PO Box 75
Maynard, MA 01754

Phone:978-461-0081
Fax:978-461-2332
Phone:800-776-0188
Web: www.earthwatch.org
Established: 1971. Description:Promotes sustainable conservation of our natural resources and cultural heritage by creating partnerships between field scientists and the general public. Recruits some 4,000 paying volunteers each year to help scientists on their field research expeditions worldwide; student and teacher fellowships offered. In addition to U.S. headquarters, maintains offices in Oxford, England, Melbourne, Australia, and Tokyo, Japan. Members: 25,000. Dues: $30/year.
Publications: Earthwatch Journal (3 times a year); free to members. Also publishes Off the Beaten Path, a free monthly e-newsletter.

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Obsidian Judy Adamcyk, a participant in four Earthwatch Institute expeditions, will lead a slideshow presentation that will focus on studying the effects of de-horning rhinos to discourage poachers, during the Obsidian monthly potluck Friday at the Obsidian Lodge.
The CoCoast partnership involves Bangor University's School of Ocean Sciences, Hull, and Portsmouth Universities, the Scottish Association for Marine Science, the Marine Biological Association of the UK and the Marine Conservation Society, along with Earthwatch Institute, the Natural History Museum, Northumberland Wildlife Trust, the Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science and the North West Costal Forum.
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Members of the WallQuest community archaeology project and the Earthwatch Institute dug up the figure of the goddess Ceres, which is thought to be a mount from a larger piece of furniture.
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Here we focus on the unique collaboration between HSBC and Earthwatch Institute (www.earthwatch.org/hcp).