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TreeSnap

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TreeSnap lets you contribute to the study of tree health and resiliency by tagging trees around your home, in your neighborhood, and out in the wild. It’s as simple as snapping a photo of a tree and answering a few questions. Data is used by scientists to locate trees for research projects involving genetic diversity, resilience to pests and disease, and breeding programs.

 

Cost: Free
Available for Apple and Android devices

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