A series cache around the property of The NC Arboretum
Seize the Data!
Get ready for a science treasure hunt! While you are hunting for treasure you will be helping conduct scientic research for different citizen science projects! Go to each way point and use the provided packet to find instructions for how to help scientists and get clues to the coordinates for the prize geocache!
Follow this link to the packet: http://www.ncarboretum.org/education/citizen-science/citizen-science-geocache/
What is Citizen Science?
Citizen Science is done by people just like you! You don't have to be a scientist to participate! You just have to be interested in observing your environment and reporting what you see back to scientists. Citizen Science can be done by people of all ages. Most importantly, citizen scientists play a big role in helping researchers gather information about the world around us. Get ready to Seize the Data!
USFS rules state that geocaching is not permitted within Bent Creek Experimental Forest. Under a special use permit geocaches are permitted at The North Carolina Arboretum when placed and maintained by Arboretum staff only. Please refrain from adding additional caches.
The North Carolina Arboretum was established in 1986, and features a 434-acre public garden with over 10 miles of hiking and biking trails. For more information on fees and policies, visit our website at www.ncarboretum.org