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Active 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 Trail with programs utilizing Nature's Notebook.
|Appalachian Trail Seasons Project||usanpn.org/appalachian|
|California Phenology Project||usanpn.org/cpp|
|Mogollon Highlands Phenology Trail||usanpn.org/nn/groups/mogollon-highlands-phenology-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|
|Oregon Season Trackers||oregonseasontracker.forestry.oregonstate.edu|
|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.
For more information on what to do review our Phenology Trail resources and Program Planning Materials. Consider joining our Local Phenology Leader Community of Practice for help with ideas and resources.