Hot off the presses! We've got some great resources for you.
- set up your site outdoors
- how to set up your site online
- how to collect phenology observations and
- how to enter them into Nature's Notebook
Download the guide (or an abridged guide online) to share with your students and participants.
We've also created some information sheets
to help you get started. You can find some general guidelines on how to get started in your Grades 5-8 Classroom, Grades 6-12 Classroom, University-level Course, and at your Nature Center or local park. Want to create a shared site
to which anyone can contribute data OR with which you can track users who have contributed data (perfect for a course requiring participation)? We can help you incorporate Nature's Notebook
into your education plan.
There are also some great, new activities and lesson plans
for Nature's Notebook
coming online this fall, including a full lesson plan for implementing a monitoring program in your formal education setting and a suite of workshop resources for training volunteers in a non-formal or informal setting.
Coming in the next few months: A Botany 101 guide and a Phenophase Primer, so stay tuned!