Possibilitarian Garden participates in international citizen scientist groups that track climate and wildlife patterns.
With Journey North, Possibilitarian Garden tracks wildlife migration and seasonal changes by reporting monarch butterfly, robin, or other wildlife sightings. Also, as tulips mark the begin inning of Spring across the globe, Possibilitarian Garden participates in a global study of tracking when the beautiful ‘Red Emperor’ variety of tulips emerge and bloom. To see results from the 2016 Tulip Test Gardens click here.
The Big Bug Hunt is an international research project using reports from gardeners across the globe to track how bugs and pests spread in order to create a prediction system and network of knowledge.