For the most part, this is a blog on science communication.
For science to be meaningful, relevant and useful it needs to be effectively communicated. This blog covers the ideas, tips, tricks and different perspectives I learn about, read about and realise along the way to trying to become a more effective communicator. By sharing all this, I hope that it will help others who want to improve their communication abilities too.
But this website also has a variety of other information too:
- A page on the Edible Gardens Project: a citizen science project of South Australia which collected data on how and why people grow some of their own food in urban environments.
- A page on citizen science itself – what it is, why it’s important and how you can get involved in different projects.
- A page on all my publications, reports and resources. I hope to build this up to quite a library of resources for anyone interested in urban agriculture.
- Information on the compost workshops I run around Adelaide, SA. Check this one out for some free compost resources too!
- And finally a page on my favourite places and websites for external communication inspiration – the people and places that are doing communication well.
Interested in a particular topic? Or interested in chatting further about something? Message me and I’ll see if I can find something out for you.
Are you amazing at presenting, at creating infographics, graphical abstracts, graphs or displays, at explaining ideas to people outside of your field, at story telling? Then please say hi, because I would love to get your perspective on what makes for great communication.
Georgia the Urban Ag. Scientist