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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.
|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 »
|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 »
|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 »
|Signs of the Seasons and Nature's Notebook: a focus on phenology in Maine||02/26/2013|
Presentation at CSU-Chico biology seminar series
|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 »
|Home water harvesting course phenology lecture||11/14/2012||
This 2 hour lecture was given to a home water harvesting class at the University of Arizona. It covers general phenological concepts as well as applications in water harvesting and rain garden environments. It also included a general field portion where students were introduced to Read More »
|Tucson Botanical Garden and the Phenology Trail||11/08/2012||
This 1 hour presentation was for the monthly docent meeting at the Tucson Botanical Garden. It was an introduction to phenology and gardening practices and an invitation to join the Tucson Phenology Trail by monitoring species on site.
|Pima Master Gardeners Monthly Meeting||11/07/2012||
This 1 hour presentation was an overview of the importance of phenological monitoring for gardening enthusiasts and professionals. It advertised the Tucson Phenology Trail and the Pima Extension Offices participation in data collection at the MG site.
|Harvest Festival at the Tucson Audubon Mason Center||11/03/2012||
Two phenology walks and a 45 minute lecture were given at the 2012 Mesquite Harvest Festival. The Mason Center is a site on the Tucson Phenology Trail.