AAFC-CEF-Building 49 is using Nature's Notebook to observe the trees around our workplace at the Central Experimental Farm in Ottawa, ON in order to contribute to citizen science project and engage volunteers. The group will consist of science researchers, sometimes including botanists, bioinformatics, and genomics researchers and will also have summer students and volunteers help out.
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The Garden is using Nature's Notebook to monitor phenology of native and invasive species in their Cottonwood Gallery. The Garden is part of the Rio Grande Phenology Trail.
The Center is using Nature's Notebook to engage volunteers and community members in phenology monitoring.
Great Smokey Mountains National Park
Members of the Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) and hikers along the Appalachian Trail are monitoring flowering times of alpine and woodland plants along the famous trail. AMC is also contributing to the development of plant phenology protocols for the northeastern US.
Appalachian Trail Conservancy volunteers track plant phenology at sites on and around the Appalachian Trail.
Arbor Day Foundation members are monitoring phenological development in six species of woody plants. These observations will be archived in the national phenology database maintained by the USA-NPN.
Nature Log data collection form being used by Arbor Day Foundation members.
Subgroup of the Tucson Phenology Trail, interested in engaging partners and school groups at their sites.
Two phenology efforts are ongoing at the Arnold, including the Native and Indicator Observation Program and the Tree Spotters program.