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Active Local Phenology Networks
Here you will find our list of Local Phenology Programs using Nature's Notebook. If a group listed has a blank entry or is missing information, they have not updated their information with our USA-NPN NCO staff in 2019.
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East Central University in Ada, OK is using Nature's Notebook to help students have a better understanding of phenological changes in plants and to participating in citizen science.
Fayer BHSU in Spearfish, SD, as well as our online students, are using Nature's Notebook for students to become more familiar with the effects of climate change and more observant of nature. We wants our students to develop great understanding of phenology. As an instructor, I would also like for students and other instructors collecting information with their students to beable to work with each other and each other's data collected.
Finger Lakes Land Trust is using Nature's Notebook to oberve phenology as a part of New York Phenology Project.
Flowers for Bats is a Nature's Notebook group participating with the Tucson Phenology Trail.
UMass Amherst's Foxcroft Farm is an ecology undergraduate class and is using Nature's Notebook to provide a citizen science approach to engaging in ecological research.
Frenchman Bay Conservancy in Hancock, Maine, is using Nature's Notebook to expand the geographic range of their phenology and bird migration project, which may turn into other projects as their data and program develop further. They also seek to inform local partners about the importance of phenology data on their land and how they can help and contribute to their own conservation goals. Also they aim to engage volunteers and participants on how they can become involved and easily contribute to science by using Nature's Notebook.
Georgetown University in Washington D.C. is hosting Georgetown Phenology Project using Nature's Notebook in a college course building on a previous professor's several year phenology project, and using the old data and species, continue to monitor the same trees. This will allow the students to continue the record and use past data to make predictions during each year.
We are using Nature's Notebook to engage Girl Scouts in a Citizen Science Journey online. We hope that our Girl Scouts will continue to be involved in citizen science throughout their lives.
Glacier National Park would like to formalize observations and input them into a larger database, using Nature's Notebook. With the USA-NPN's tools, they will create visualizations to be used for educational purposes. They aim to expand this program beyond the division of Interpretation to include other divisions within the park.
Grassroots Ecology has established a Nature's Notebook group in order to track the observations from California Naturalist class community scientists and other volunteers of the organization who are interested in contributing to phenology projects.
Great Pond Mountain Conservation Trust is a part of Downeast Phenology Trail in Maine, is using Nature's Notebook to expand the geographic range of our phenology and bird migration project, which may turn into other projects as data and program develop further. We seek to inform local partners about the importance of phenology data on their land and how they can help and contribute to their own conservation goals. Great Pond Mountain Conservation Trust aims to engage volunteers and participants on how they can become involved and easily contribute to science by using Nature's Notebook.