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Use this template to discuss work required for your project that must be done outside of an office or laboratory. Fieldwork might include interviews expeditions or onsite experiments and observations that are necessary to complete project. Note that Proposal Kit includes other templates such as Expeditions Exploration Observations and Data that you may find useful when describing fieldwork. Introduce the topic of fieldwork here and explain its importance in the context of your proposal. The Goal Describe what you hope to gain or collect from your fieldwork. For example archaeology students might gain practical experience by working on an active archaeological dig or an entomologist might observe feeding habits of specific insect. Description of the Fieldwork Describe where when and how you plan to conduct your fieldwork. If you have many excursions planned you might want to use the Expeditions or Exploration page to list them and then reference that page here. Discuss transportation issues as needed.
Preparations Needed Describe what needs to be done before fieldwork can take place and or preparations needed by workers before going out into the field. For example workers might need to secure permission from landowners before coming onto their land interviews might need to be scheduled workers might need to purchase special equipment or get inoculations etc. Supplies Clothing Needed in the Field Describe what you expect workers to have with them when they report for fieldwork. Examples might include notebooks and pencils or handheld computers waterproof clothing or work boots tents backpacks enough food to last week and so forth. Add summary statement here as needed. You may want to provide contact information in case anyone involved has questions about the information above.