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Workshops, Presentations, and Events held by the USA-NPN NCO and our collaborators are listed below. Click on the workshop title for more information, including agendas and slides.
|Fall 2012 Arboretum - Nature's Notebook Workshop||11/01/2012||
Phenology Walk on the UA Campus next Thursday, Nov. 1st from 3:30 pm until 5:00 pm. We will be meeting at Old Main and taking a short walk on the grounds to visit some of the trees in the Arboretum which are tagged for the Tucson Read More »
|NAAEE Workshop - Phenology Monitoring and Citizen Science: Partnerships for Educators and Scientists||10/10/2012||
Workshop presented at the 2012 North American Association of Environmental Education in Oakland, CA Is climate
change affecting seasonal plant and animal responses? Why should you care? Learn about the importance of phenology ( Read More »
|Tracking Climate Change through Phenology Monitoring: Using Nature's Notebook as a Tool||09/12/2012||
This 1.5 hour workshop with hands-on activity and discussion was presented at the University of Wisconsin - Platteville Keys to the Past, Insight to the Future: Paleoecology and the Improtance of Environmental History Seminar Series.
|2012 American Society of Horticulture Science Talk - Training Extension Volunteers to Track Climate Change using Phenology Monitoring||08/04/2012||
This 20-minute talk was presented by LoriAnne Barnett at the 2012 American Society of Horticulture Science Conference (Miami, FL) in the Consumer Horticulture and Master Gardener Track.
|Nature's Notebook - A tool for educational programs: Teaching science literacy and climate change||07/19/2012||
This is a poster, which can be used as a generic educational poster template, discusses the use of Nature's Notebook as a teaching tool for multiple audiences and educational goals. It is posted in PowerPoint format so it can be edited as needed.
|Climate Change and the Seasonal Cycles of Nature||06/28/2012||
This is a professional development workshop for high school and adult educators. It was offered by University of California, Santa Barbara, educators Dr. Susan Mazer, Professor of Ecology and Evolution UCSB, UCSB PhD Candidate Brian Haggerty, and Barbara Applebaum, Supervisory Park Read More »
|Extension Volunteers Engage in Phenology Monitoring and Climate Education||06/07/2012||
Presentation given to the Association of Natural Resource Extension Professionals, Climate Science Initiative group on June 7, 2012
|Training Extension Volunteers to Track Climate Change using Phenology Monitoring||05/22/2012||
This talk, including an interactive activity, was delivered at the 2012 Association of Natural Resources Extension Professionals Conference in Hendersonville, North Carolina.
|Introduction to Phenology - Master Gardener Training Course I||03/06/2012||
This 3 hour lecture package is provided as a resource for Extension groups training Master Gardeners or Master Naturalists. The package includes an agenda, a powerpoint lecture, ideas for activities, journal articles for pre-class reading, and an evaluation form.
Based on Read More »
|Engage Your Program Participants in Tracking Climate Change Using Nature's Notebook!||09/28/2011||
This workshop was given at the Alliance of Natural Resource Outreach and Service Programs (ANROSP) Conference in Park City, UT on September 28th, 2011 by Erin Posthumus.