Citizen Science: Enabling Science and Technology in the Community
Young student explores a tree
A young student explores a tree. Image: PBIN (Public Domain)

PBIN is actively involved in community-based approaches to informing and empowering citizens to impact current conservation efforts in Hawaii. USGS staff have assisted with the training of instructors and students at the K - 12 and university level, offering courses in Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Geography, and the use of Global Positioning System (GPS) technology. To learn more about these activities, choose one of the highlighted projects below.

Maui Community College
Malama Pikoi - Maui
Digital Bus
Maunalua Bay Initiative
Nualolo Kai Project
Eyes & Ears Invasive Pest Early Detection Project

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