“Call to Action” -Support Warner Nature Center’s Legacy

Hello, Minnesota Master Naturalist Staff,  As you may have heard, after 50 years of excellence and hands-on-nature-experience for thousands of students, the award-winning Lee & Rose Warner Nature Center is closing on December 31, 2019.  The closing of the Warner is devastating and leaves many connected parties (i.e staff, teachers, students, volunteers, etc.) feeling lost and … Continue reading “Call to Action” -Support Warner Nature Center’s Legacy

Invasive Species Surveys – Anoka County

Anoka County Wildlife Management Partners: Please sign up on the Doodle Poll if you are interested in conducting invasive species surveys for ~ half a day. https://doodle.com/poll/dzg7676uvk9efcaw We will meet at the Bunker Hills Activity Center and carpool/ caravan from there. 550 Bunker Lake Blvd NW, Andover, MN 55304 The goal is to survey spotted … Continue reading Invasive Species Surveys – Anoka County

MyMinnesotaWoods – fall 2019 newsletter

Hello from the Extension forestry team! We've still got fall color on our minds, especially now that peak color is creeping across the state. If you haven't already, be sure to check out the MNDNR's Fall Color Finder to keep tabs on those changing leaves and make sure you don't miss peak colors near you. … Continue reading MyMinnesotaWoods – fall 2019 newsletter

Cedar Creek – Fall 2019 newsletter

In this Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve newsletter, you'll find updates on aquatic research, education program growth and our artists in residence program. You'll also get to read about astronomy and trail cameras and opportunities to support work taking place onsite. And of course, we've got lots of upcoming events to give you the chance … Continue reading Cedar Creek – Fall 2019 newsletter

Project Get Outdoors Newsletter – Fall 2019

This year we have been working steady to fulfill the activity requirements for our Get Outdoors After School project funded by the MN Environment and Natural Resources Trust Fund (MN ENRTF). Through this project we were able to make many new friends across the state and create new partnerships with amazing organizations working hard every … Continue reading Project Get Outdoors Newsletter – Fall 2019

Cedar Creek – summer newsletter

It's hard to believe that we're already past the solstice and well and truly into summer! As you'll see from this quarter's newsletter (available online), there's lots going on at Cedar Creek - small mammal research, art projects, citizen science opportunities and of course all the ongoing work needed to keep our world-renowned experiments running … Continue reading Cedar Creek – summer newsletter

2019 Next-Generation Award

You know a next-generation leader who is making an incredible difference in the world. With just a quick nomination, you can help accelerate that leader’s career onto the national stage -- and beyond.  The prestigious NGen Leadership Award celebrates the accomplishments of visionary change-makers -- age 40 or under -- who have made a difference through … Continue reading 2019 Next-Generation Award

Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve – Spring 2019 Newsletter

Hopefully you've been enjoying the shift from snowflakes to budding plants as much as I have been. Mowing season is no doubt right around the corner! 🙂 Apologies that this newsletter is out a little later than scheduled - hopefully it won't have the bounce-back issues that the winter issue did. As always, we've got … Continue reading Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve – Spring 2019 Newsletter

VOL: Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Got Bird Nests? Report to NestWatch! -- Citizen-science data vital for breeding-bird studies Ithaca, NY—Around the world, birds are building nests and raising families—even near homes, offices, or in local parks. Anyone who finds a bird's nest can help scientists by reporting to the free NestWatch project at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. NestWatch collects, analyzes, and distributes … Continue reading VOL: Cornell Lab of Ornithology