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Webinars, Podcasts & Videos


Webinars run for 45-50 minutes, with 20 minutes available after the presentation for Q & A. Registration for webinars opens approximately four weeks in advance. All webinars are recorded and made available on our webinar archive.

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Radio highlights

March 1, 2017: USA-NPN Executive Director Jake Weltzin talks with Audie Cornish about this year's extremely early spring on NPR's All Things Considered

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Join us for first of a series of ongoing podcasts, as we interview a researcher or practitioner in the field of phenology, or a volunteer participating in Nature's Notebook at a group site. Every podcast will feature a new subject and we will get to see how phenology plays a role in their lives.

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Find links to Nature's Notebook How-to Videos, Campaign Videos, Webinars, Partner Videos and more. 


Taking the Pulse of the Planet... Interviews with Nature's Notebook Volunteers


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