📊 The 2022 EwA Conservation Highlights (Annual Report) is out!

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Claire O'Neill

Jan 13, 2023, 10:01:11 AM1/13/23
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2022 EwA Conservation Highlights

Today is the day! We are proud to release the 4th annual report: the 2022 EwA Conservation Highlights

We are so appreciative to have a community of participatory scientists, naturalists, and volunteers who are genuinely dedicated to EwA’s mission and want to see it succeed! Our community makes EwA a success! 

The Conservation Highlights is an 8-page summary of our work this past year, a shortlist of🍾 our accomplishments, and a few favorite infographics. It is a testimony to the commitment of its community. It summarizes the incredible efforts of our team of volunteers, participatory scientists, field leaders, and the organization's core members.

This year, again we will be publishing conservation digests focusing on our individual projects (which detail the Conservation Highlights). The first of these was EwA’s 2022 Vernal Pool Report, released a few weeks ago. A related report this time in a tutorial format detailing our GIS team’s efforts to map habitat degradation in the Fells, including degradation which could threaten vernal pools, will be released in the coming weeks. We will also release digests for our conservation work relating to our insect surveys, phenology studies, and biodiversity inventory activities. Finally, we're gathering all of EwA's 2022's infographics into the 2022 EwA Data Companion to get all of the data visuals in one place. If there's something you'd like to see added, just tell us. Throughout the winter months, keep an eye on the EwA Conservation Reports portal > here, and browse our digests as we release them.

We’re so excited to share the fruits of this year’s citizen science work with you, and to see you again in 2023!

Enjoy this year's EwA Conservation Highlights ツ Join our effort! And do not hesitate to contact me if you have questions. Help us strengthen our program and share your thoughts with us!

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Cheers! - Claire (aël)
Earthwise Aware | President
Biodiversity & Climate Program Director
✉ claire...@earthwiseaware.org
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Jan 13, 2023, 1:46:19 PM1/13/23
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Thank you for this wonderful document.  Great work is being done.

As an amateur with less access to EwA's study areas and training it is both impressive and intimidating.  It is fascinating anyway.

Jeannie Kropas

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Jan 13, 2023, 1:54:16 PM1/13/23
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I should also try to figure out EwA Buggy!.  It sounds more like my cup of tea, vs. iNat since I observe mostly in my yard and on my narrow drive, but can observe (some) behaviors and changes day to day, or time of day.
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