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Workshop Archive

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.

Workshop Title Datesort descending Description
Master Gardener Training Course, version 2 01/29/2013

This 3 hour workshop was presented in the Pima County Master Gardener training course, Spring 2013.  It includes a lecture on the definition and history of phenological studies, an overview of climate and life zones, species and diversity as well as a section on direct phenology application Read More »

Hastings Reserve 02/01/2013

Presentation at CSU-Chico biology seminar series 

Signs of the Seasons and Nature's Notebook: a focus on phenology in Maine 02/26/2013

Jake Weltzin presents results from the campaigns and efforts of Signs of the Seasons observers, in webinar format.  See video on YouTube or download Read More »

Phenology for Family Forest Landowners & Managers in Idaho 03/26/2013

This 1.5 hour talk was a presentation given to a group of Family Forest Owners, State Foresters, Master Forest Stewards, and industry professionals at the 2013 Family Forest Landowners and Land Managers Conference in Moscow, Idaho. Sponsored by the Read More »

Ohio State Phenology Gardens 2013 Update - Intro to Nature's Notebook 04/02/2013

This 2.5 hour workshop was presented to the volunteers and cooperators working with the existing Ohio State University Phenology Gardens.  The purpose was to provide a phenology overview, introduce participants to phenology research, and educate them about using Nature's Notebook Citizen Read More »

How to enter data online in Nature's Notebook 05/13/2013

This 1 hour webinar was presented to the Signs of the Seasons volunteer group and demonstrates how to move through the process of entering data online in Nature's Notebook.  You can also find written instructions on how to do so by visiting our Read More »

2013 Grand Canyon Celebrate Wildlife Day, Grand Canyon National Park, Mather Point Visitor Center 05/18/2013

This 1 hour talk was presented to visitors on the 2103 Grand Canyon Celebrate Wildlife Day at the National Park.  It includes an introduction to the importance of making and recording observations, understanding how ecosystems and life cycles are affected by a changing climate, and how you Read More »

Observing life cycles and change: Making meaning out of our natural world by taking a closer look 06/11/2013

This was a 2 hour workshop presented in a series for teachers learning about earth science at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum.  It is sutable for use as a general introduction to using observation skills in the natural world, learning about ecosystems and climate, and an overview of Read More »

Botanical Society of America meetings 07/01/2013
Botanical Society of America meetings, New Orleans, July 2013 -- 15 participants
Phenology as an indicator of a changing climate 07/10/2013

This 45-minute talk is an introduction to phenology and it's application for management and research.  It also includes information about Nature's Notebook and local applications in Tucson, AZ.