Earthwatch is an international environmental charity. Our mission is to engage people worldwide in scientific field research and education to promote the understanding and action necessary for a sustainable environment. To do this, we bring individuals from all walks of life together with world-class scientists to work for the good of the planet.
The Natural History Museum is a world-class visitor attraction and leading science research centre. We use our unique collections and unrivalled expertise to tackle the biggest challenges facing the world today. We care for more than 80 million specimens spanning billions of years and welcome more than five million visitors annually. The Museum’s Citizen Science Programme enables thousands of people across the UK to make an active contribution to our scientific research.
The Earthworm Society Britain aims to promote and support scientific research so that earthworms and their environment can be better understood. Through its work the society aims to encourage the conservation of earthworms and their habitats and to educate and inspire people so that these fascinating creatures may continue to be enjoyed in the future.
This website uses an Indicia Data Warehouse hosted by the Biological Records Centre (a group within the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology)
Earthworm Watch is a collaboration between Earthwatch Institute (Europe) and the Natural History Museum in London