With each project we address an environmental challenge in which access to physical data is a limiting factor. By leveraging the skills of the outdoor adventure community we provide unprecedented access to data at any scale in any environment.
Seeking microplastic project proposals!
Deadline for notification of intent to submit is February 17th. Proposals are due February 28th.
Not your average volunteer
Our extensive network of adventure athletes are self-sufficient in diverse environments. Whether you need two or 2,000 volunteers, we are here to help you get the data you need.
We rely on the outdoor adventure community because they (1) pay close attention to detail, (2) are creative problem solvers, (3) are able to share their experiences via the rich tradition of storytelling that is at the heart the outdoor community.
Throughout the entire process, we manage our volunteers, ensuring your limited time remains yours.
We work with directly with you and your team to adapt protocols for non-scientists, ensuring you get data you trust. We will go through a complete QA/QC process before data is collected. With each project, we emphasize quality over quantity.
"Working with Adventure Scientists has saved numerous person-hours, which eventually translates to quite a bit of cost savings in addition to time-savings."
- Liza Holeski, Northern Arizona University
“Adventure Scientists was crucial in conducting the Olympic National Forest’s winter marten surveys, and this season’s work would not have been such a success without their efforts.”
- Betsy Howell, U.S. Forest Service Biologist
"With a diverse team of volunteers we were able to cover a huge amount of ground, and our efforts may ultimately help protect bears and their habitat."
-Whitney Leonard, Natural Resources Defense Council
Professional snowboarder Jeremy Jones collects glacier samples
for Adventure Scientists' Snow & Ice Project in the Himalaya Mountains