Budburst website: Teaching Tools & Cherry Blossoms!

Teacher Tools 1, 2, 3, and 4... Teachers, scout leaders, and volunteer coordinators: the new website offers teaching tools to smooth the collaborative process of gathering and sharing data! See https://accounts.budburst.org/ to take a look at these features: Edit your educator account!  Log into your Budburst account.  If you DO NOT see "Classrooms" on your menu, add it by … Continue reading Budburst website: Teaching Tools & Cherry Blossoms!

ADV – Integrated Monarch Monitoring Program Training

What Is The Integrated Monarch Monitoring Program? The Monarch Conservation Science Partnership (MCSP) formed in 2009 and is a consortium of scientists and conservation professionals who are collectively tackling monarch conservation research questions. The MCSP’s Integrated Monarch Monitoring Program (IMMP), also referred to as the Integrated Monitoring Strategy (IMS), is a national initiative to monitor monarch populations and … Continue reading ADV – Integrated Monarch Monitoring Program Training

ADV – The Watershed Game Train-the-Trainer Workshop

The Watershed Game Train-the-Trainer Workshop: An invitation to seasoned facilitators and to new individuals who want to learn how to use and facilitate the Watershed Game for your own water and land educational programming. Join us to advance your skills and learn about the new 2018 revisions of the Watershed Game at one of the … Continue reading ADV – The Watershed Game Train-the-Trainer Workshop

VOL – MN DNR Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer with DNR The contributions of more than 30,000 volunteers enable the DNR to expand and improve services to the public. Volunteers help to preserve and enhance Minnesota's natural beauty for the enjoyment of people of all ages, interests and abilities. Below is a short list of  volunteer activities available with the DNR REI Adventure … Continue reading VOL – MN DNR Volunteer Opportunities

ADV – Plant Identification/Gardening Workshops

The University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point is proud to be offering several plant identification and gardening workshops. The first, is a plant identification and sampling series focused on gaining the skills and experience necessary for advanced, habitat-specific plant identification. The series includes four, two-day workshops: Woodland Plants, Aquatic Plants, Wetland Plants, and Prairie Plants. … Continue reading ADV – Plant Identification/Gardening Workshops

VOL – National Audubon Society’s Climate Watch

National Audubon Society’s new community science program, Climate watch, which aims to document species’ responses to climate change and test Audubon’s climate models by having volunteers in the field look for birds where Audubon’s climate models predict they will be in the 2020s. Audubon specifically designed Climate Watch to answer questions about the detectability and … Continue reading VOL – National Audubon Society’s Climate Watch

ADV – Northwoods Nature Phenology – All About Loons

The Northwoods Nature Phenology program at the Eveleth Public Library for May 15 features “All About Loons” with naturalist Sherry Abts. She will present basic loon information, new research from the loon wintering areas and share how you can become involved in the DNR Loon Watcher Survey for this season. For the past 25 years, … Continue reading ADV – Northwoods Nature Phenology – All About Loons