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Science is Better Together: The Keystone 10 Million Trees Partnership
The Keystone 10 (K10) Million Trees Partnership is a collaborative effort, in Pennsylvania, of national, regional, state, and local agencies, conservation organizations, outdoors enthusiasts, businesses, and citizens committed to improving Pennsylvania's communities, economy, and ecology.  >>

Science is Better Together: The Real-World Benefit of the NASA GLOBE Observer Trees Tool
Tree height is the most widely used indicator of an ecosystem's ability to grow trees, so tracking tree height over time can help us to assess the ecological health of a given area.  >>

Trees are land cover
With the GLOBE Observer (GO) mobile app there are two ways of tracking the location and number of trees across Earth: GO Land Cover and GO Trees. So what is the difference between these two? What is the benefit of one over the other? Should you make observations of trees using both of the tools?  >>

You Better Beleaf it: NASA GLOBE Program to Host 2021 Trees Community Challenge
Beginning 15 April, The GLOBE Program will host the 2021 Trees Community Challenge, aimed at making science better together by encouraging participants to collect data and learn all about trees.  >>

New Meets Old -- Mosquito Habitat Mappers
Finding and eliminating mosquito breeding sites as a way to reduce vector-borne disease has a long and interesting history.  >>

What in the World Are Moon Trees?
Have you ever heard of “Moon Trees?” Technically, the trees called “Moon Trees” have never been to the Moon, but the 500 seeds that grew the trees were taken into lunar orbit.  >>

GLOBE 2020 Yearbook: A Year Like No Other
It goes without saying that 2020 was a year like no other. Here are a few highlights of the things we accomplished this year.  >>

2020 Total Solar Eclipse – Observations from the GLOBE Community
Read about the preliminary results of the data collection during the total solar eclipse in South America on 14 December 2020, and see a few of the photos shared by members of the GLOBE Community in the eclipse's path.  >>

Did you know that clouds have names?
Wilson Bentley dedicated his life to photographing snowflakes. He became a world expert on them with multiple publications in science journals, magazines, and newspapers.  >>

NASA to Provide Spanish-Language Coverage, Livestream of Solar Eclipse
La NASA proporcionará cobertura en vivo el lunes 14 de diciembre de un eclipse solar que pasará sobre América del Sur y obsequiará a partes de Chile y Argentina con vistas de un eclipse total de Sol. Se transmitirá un programa en español por NASA Televisión y el canal público en el sitio web de la agencia. Aparte, ofreceremos una retransmisión en vivo del eclipse sin narración en el canal de medios de NASA TV.  >>