Acadia National Park and Mount Desert Island have a rich legacy of science, from ancestral knowledge of the Wabanaki to work by 19th century naturalists and 20th century scientists. This history provides a valuable baseline from which to measure the effects of climate change. But more help is needed to collect new data to compare to the past. Join us!

Help us document Acadia’s #LandscapeOfChange and experience your own Summer of Science and Wonder.

If you live on or near Mount Desert Island, or plan to visit this summer and would like to contribute to the Landscape of Change project, please sign up using the form below to provide us with more information about your interests and abilities, and you’ll receive occasional (every 3 weeks or so) updates on bird and insect findings, new story posts, and related events and programs.