April brings us Earth Day and ample opportunities to observe phenology. What are folks seeing now? In some places, wild parsnip and knotweed plants are already showing up shortly after snowmelt. But this is not so for all sites, at least not yet. Whether your site has snow or “snirt,” stay alert to when it melts. (“Snirt” is a blend of snow and dirt.) Keep reading for tips on searching for and interpreting early signs of growth.
IN THIS ISSUE:
- Congratulations, new graduates!
- Why “no” matters
- How to check for “Initial growth”
- Plant ID Clinics via Zoom
- Tea Tuesdays
- Volunteer training
- Repeat article: Bohemian knotweed added
- Photo-folio: Visual tips for observers
- Just for fun: Bioblitz at Wakáŋ Tipi
For more information, please view: Pesky Plant Trackers