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Citizen Science in your Backyard

By Amanda Keasberry  |  Science and Stewardship Manager

April 17, 2020

 

 

April is Citizen Science Month and you can still be involved! Our Science and Stewardship Manager, Amanda, delivers a message about the importance of understanding the life-cycle events of plants (phenology) and how you can help climate science researchers collect data by observing plants in your backyard or neighborhood.

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