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Citizen scientist volunteers scout for dragonflies at Harvey Schmidt Park near the Arboretum in July. Photo: Christy Lowney

Citizen scientist volunteers scout for dragonflies at Harvey Schmidt Park near the Arboretum in July. Photo: Christy Lowney

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Tracking Dragonflies, Citizen Scientists Gain Insight to Arboretum’s Wetlands

This past summer, volunteers congregated at the Arboretum to begin the Arboretum’s first-ever effort to systematically track dragonfly populations.

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Citizen Scientists Help Answer Ecological Questions

It’s more important than ever to engage community members in addressing ecological questions. Wisconsin Life visited the Arboretum to find out about civic science projects here.

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A Living Legacy of Research at the Arboretum

Established on what was previously farmland, the UW–Madison Arboretum was initially a place to study the inner workings of Wisconsin’s prairies and recapture what the area’s landscape looked like before …

Details of the four Isthmus covers for the Arboretum issue, April 19 to 25, 2018.

The Arboretum Issue of the Isthmus

This week’s Isthmus issue is about the Arboretum. The Isthmus staff delved into many aspects of the Arb to bring you stories about research, citizen science, stormwater, history, urban wildlife, and …

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