Phenology is the study of the timing of seasonal change in plant and animal species.
Increasingly, researchers are recognizing the importance of phenology data to understanding the pattern and nature of climate change in Minnesota. If you enjoy observing and tracking seasonal changes around you, your observations can contribute to something much bigger—they can fill gaps in Minnesota’s phenological records. This site provides all the information you need to get involved, including guides to consistent observation, a simple reporting interface, and connections to other Minnesota observers.
Gathering Partners of Natural Resources
May 15-17, 2015
Sawmill Inn, Grand Rapids, MN
HOSTED BY: University of Minnesota Extension Forestry, Minnesota Forestry Association, Minnesota Master Naturalist, Minnesota Phenology Network
Read about the events and activities in the registration booklet.
Register on-line at https://www.regonline.com/2015SprNWoods