The McGill University Herbarium is looking for dedicated volunteers to help curate its collection of dried plant species from around the world. Of the 140,000 specimens at the museum, botanical treasures include 200-year-old medicinal plants from Montreal, subarctic orchids and a host of delectable oddities, such as cloudberries and huckleberries. Researchers use specimens to see how plants have reacted to climate change, to study aggressive invasive species and to resolve tricky taxonomies. Among other tasks, people are needed to prepare dried plant specimens; photograph and scan specimens; and transcribe label information to the database from the comfort of their own home. Get more information from the Herbarium’s website or email email@example.com.