Empower yourself and help public land management as you record visual data about landscapes.
Repeat Photo Point Monitoring is an inexpensive way to monitor change and impacts to an area through time. And you likely have everything you need with a camera, notebook, compass, and GPS.
Now watch this video lead by April Johnson, and learn how to document and understand change.
Take this survey if you would like field-ready material for repeat photo point monitoring, and to let us know if you want to volunteer for the Monument by using the photo point monitoring skills gained here. These photos provide great qualitative data to support many of our conservation efforts here at Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.
This virtual training was held in honor of National Public Lands Day and was made possible by a sponsorship from The National Environmental Education Foundation (NEEF).