EduChange is proud to support Minna no Data Site, the combined database of a network of independent radioactivity measurement labs that test food and soil samples all over Japan in the wake of the 2011 Fukushima tragedy. They have tested over 11,500 food samples and make all data available to the public via their website and search engine. Hidetake Ishimaru, spokesperson for the project, visited ASIJ students in October 2015 and explained how they can get involved as citizen scientists in the East Japan Soil Measurement Project. See a map of the students’ learning journey through the Environmental Dynamics I unit we customized for them.