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Phenology Network Coordinators
Regional Phenology Networks (RPNs) are an aggregation of phenology sites, either as part of a local Phenology Trail or collection of participating groups in a given region of the United States. Phenology Network Coordinators (PNCs) are those people who serve to organize the Regional Phenology Network, provide training and resources at the local level, recruit and retain volunteers across monitoring sites, host events and outings, and are liaisons between the Regional Phenology Network and the broader USA National Phenology Network.
Where are the Regional Phenology Networks?
Name of Network
Website or contact info
|Oregon Season Trackers||oregonseasontracker.forestry.oregonstate.edu/|
|California Phenology Project||usanpn.org/cpp|
|Denver Botanic Gardens Phenology Trail||botanicgardens.org/science-research/phenology|
|Central Arizona Phenology Traill||usanpn.org/nn/central-az-pheno-trail|
|Phoenix Phenology Project||Phoenix Conservation Alliance - Phenology Project|
|Tucson Phenology Trail||usanpn.org/nn/tucson-phenology-trail|
|Rio Grande Phenology Trail||usanpn.org/nn/RioGrandePhenologyTrail|
|Gulf Coast Phenology Trail||usanpn.org/fws/gulfcoastphenologytrail|
|North American Pawpaw Growers||usanpn.org/nn/pawpaw_growers|
|Minnesota Phenology Network||usanpn.org/mnpn|
|Signs of the Seasons||umaine.edu/signs-of-the-seasons|
|Appalachian Trail Seasons Project||usanpn.org/appalachian/|
|New York Phenology Project||nyphenologyproject.org|
|Pennsylvania Phenology Project||lgnc.org/research/phenology|
Want to start a Regional Phenology Network?
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 Regional Phenology Network is a great place to start. You can organize yourself in a Phenology Trail, where phenology monitoring occurs in service to a shared research question or outreach and education strategy.
Join our Regional Phenology Network Coordinators Community of Practice when you establish your role as Network Organizer! For more information on what to do, how to get started, or how to join the community of practice, contact the USA-NPN's Education Coordinator.