Adult Programs

Tracking the Trees: Using Phenology Observations for Citizen Science (in person)

Learn how we can understand climate change by studying trees

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Learn how we can understand climate change by studying trees. Inspire your students to make an impact by encouraging them to observe changes, respect nature, and offer ways in which they can help combat human impacts that contribute to climate change.

Designed for educators working with the 4th-12th grade, this workshop will go over various “citizen science” opportunities you can employ with your students, while also introducing you to several lesson ideas, games, and activities for both in the classroom and outdoors.

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COVID-19 Precautions: Program participants must abide by the Arboretum’s safety guidelines

Notes: Registration closes April 1, 2022. Limit 20

Recommended audience: Educators working with 4th-12th grade students

Continuing education: (5.5 hours – 5.5 CPDHs)

 

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