Cuts in federal funding continue to threaten scientific research. That’s especially true with researchers who study biodiversity, which often requires continued funding to collect data without interruption over a long period of time. If only people knew how they benefited from biodiversity studies, they would be more apt to support faculty research and experiential learning programs for students at universities across the United States. Crowdfunding for biodiversity provides a bridge for stakeholders to pitch their specific projects directly to the public, which results in a greater understanding of the scientific process and a general willingness to support funding.
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