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Active Nature's Notebook Phenology Trails
Many communities are creating Phenology Trails as a way to collaborate on research, management, or educational outcomes. Below are several examples of our most active Phenology Trails with programs utilizing Nature's Notebook.
|Appalachian Trail Seasons Project||usanpn.org/appalachian/|
|California Phenology Project||usanpn.org/cpp|
|Central Arizona Phenology Traill||usanpn.org/nn/central-az-pheno-trail|
|Denver Botanic Gardens Phenology Trail||botanicgardens.org/science-research/phenology|
|Gulf Coast Phenology Trail||usanpn.org/fws/gulfcoastphenologytrail|
|Minnesota Phenology Network||usanpn.org/mnpn|
|New York Phenology Project||nyphenologyproject.org|
|North American Pawpaw Growers||usanpn.org/nn/pawpaw_growers|
|Oregon Season Trackers||oregonseasontracker.forestry.oregonstate.edu/|
|Pennsylvania Phenology Project||lgnc.org/research/phenology|
|Rio Grande Phenology Trail||usanpn.org/nn/RioGrandePhenologyTrail|
|Signs of the Seasons||umaine.edu/signs-of-the-seasons|
|Tucson Phenology Trail||usanpn.org/nn/tucson-phenology-trail|
Want to start a Phenology Trail?
Are you someone who enjoys creating relationships in your community? Are you good at organizing events and people? If you work with a number of agencies in your area and would like to create shared meaningful programming, then establishing a Phenology Trail is a great place to start by monitoring phenology in service to a shared research question or outreach and education strategy.