This site helps you get involved with a global experiment using teabags to do climate change research.

When you arrive at the site, you’ll find four main featured sections and a navigation strip at the top of the page.

I suggest starting with the About section where you can learn not only about the project, but also ¬†about the science behind decomposition, who’s participating, and even check out the acknowledgments section.

After that I suggest checking out the featured content on the main page. If you’re looking for how you can participate you’ll want the Citizens/Public section where you’ll find the details of getting involved. Once you have collected data, you can head over to the Submit Your Data section.

The other featured sections include information for using this project in a classroom with lesson plans, and researchers talks about the project and points you to where you can be involved.

This is an interesting initiative, go check it out for yourself today!