Our research pursuits are a cornerstone of what we do at TINS, not only for their manifest scientific value, but also for informing and directing the education and outreach components of our programming.

Through applied field research, TINS works collaboratively to help public and private land managers answer the questions that inform management decisions. Our long-term monitoring projects seek to uncover ecosystem patterns and processes not detectable over timescales typical of most field research projects. Through citizen science, we bring the public into the scientific process and allow them access to a deeper natural history experience.



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