WORM WATCHERS TRAINING: June 7th in Saint Paul; August 23rd in Duluth

Fascinated by worms? Want to help in the battle against forest invaders? The Great Lakes Worm Watch (GLWW) is a citizen science project involving volunteers from across the United States and Canada in earthworm research. It was developed by researchers at the University of Minnesota Duluth to collect long-term data on earthworm populations. Although new research is emerging about the effects of exotic earthworm invasions, very little is known about the distributions of earthworm and earthworm species across the region. As a GLWW volunteer, your contributions will aid in better understand earthworm distribution in particular the locations of the newly emerging earthworm threat Amynthas commonly called the “Jumping Worm”.

For more information, please download: Worm Watchers flyer 2017

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