Celebrating 10 Years of Nature’s Notebook
This month, we commemorated the anniversary of the USA-NPN with a reflective event at the home of our National Coordinating Office in Tucson. The event included a symposium with speakers from the USA-NPN, Department of the Interior, and representatives from several of our partners as well as a reception with posters showcasing our Local Phenology Programs. Watch the Symposium recording!
How your data are being used
Observing nature is fun. But it also serves a greater purpose. Your observations of plants or animals inform scientific discovery and decision-making:
- Scientists use your data in groundbreaking research.
- Land managers use them to make better-informed decisions about natural resources in their care.
- Decision-makers use them to determine policy.