Spring Seeker

Be a Spring Seeker and carry our simple survey form on your smartphone when you’re hiking.   

If you find water, complete the survey to easily alert us about the spring’s condition and guide where we work to protect springs next. All of the spring health information submitted to the Spring Seeker project gets incorporated into our Spring Prioritization Tool to help us track the state of springs across the region and identify priorities for spring stewardship projects. Since its launch in June 2020, our community has eyes on 20 springs. Will you help monitor more? 

How to be a Spring Seeker 

Get Started 

  1. Download Survey123 – Visit the app store for your smartphone or tablet and download the free Survey123 app. 
  2. Download the Spring Seeker survey – Download and open the survey on your smartphone or tablet in the Survey123 app before you go to the field.
  3. Read about land access and safety in the field: Spring Seeker Safety
  4. Spring Seeker Waters Map – Use this map to plan your explorations of springs in the Sky Islands. Zoom in and identify the name of the spring and the Site ID to include in your Spring Seeker survey.

Spring Seeker User Guide 

Learn about our Spring Seeker survey by using this guided User Manual. Click on the first image, and then use the Next arrow to move throughout the steps. 

Click here to download a detailed Field Manual.

 

 

Wetland Plants Photo Gallery

Click through our Wetland Plants Photo Gallery. Click on the first image and use the Next arrow to move to the next image.

 

 

Woody Plants Photo Gallery  

Click through our Woody Plants Photo Gallery. Click on the first image, and then use the Next arrow to move to the next image. 

 

 

Invasive Species Photo Gallery 

Click through our Invasive Species Photo Gallery. Click on the first image, and then use the Next arrow to move to the next image.

 

 Helpful Resources 

 

Please don’t forget to enter your volunteer time here!

Contact US

zoe@skyislandalliance.org