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CPP upcoming events

January 15-17, 2014 (Day/Time to be arranged): Research presentation at the California Native Plant Society meetings (San José, CA): "Phenological responses to climatic variation among California native plants: inter-annual and spatial patterns detected by the California Phenology Project", presented in the session on "California's Changing Climate: Conservation in an age of uncertainty", organized by Brian Anacker and Gordon Leppig.

January 14, 2014 (Wednesday): Full-day phenology training workshop at the California Native Plant Society meetings in San José, CA.

November 20, 2014 (Thursday):  Introduction to the California Phenology Project, Santa Barbara Botanic Garden, California Native Plant Society Chapter Meeting.

September 13, 2014 (Saturday): Phenology Training Workshop for California Naturalists, Tejon Ranch.

August, 2014:  Ecological Society Meetings of America (Sacramento, CA), Poster: Phenological patterns along biogeographic gradients: a case study from the California Phenology Project, by S.J. Mazer, K. L. Gerst, E. R. Matthews, C. Brigham, and A. Evenden.

April 5, 2014 (Saturday): Phenology Training Workshop at Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area

April 5, 2014: Agenda for Phenology Training Workshop at Santa Monica Mountains NRA

April 9, 2014: Phenology Training Workshop in Crescent City, Redwood National and State Parks

April 10, 2014: Phenology Training Workshop in Arcata, Redwood National and State Parks

April 17-18, 2014: California Phenology Project Educator's Workshop: how to use phenology and community driven science in your education programs

April 18, 2014 (Friday evening): Introduction to the California Phenology Project: Tulare Co. Audubon Society -- UPDATED LOCATION

April 28, 2014 (Monday evening): The California Phenology Project: tracking the effects of climate change on California native plants

CPP in the news!

Article in the Bay Nature Magazine.

Check out this video about the CPP at John Muir National Historic Site.

See this online video created by Minnie Sagar

Article in the Martinez News-Gazette

Article in the Eureka Times-Standard newspaper

The Gardens of Alcatraz article on the CPP

National Parks Conservation Association article about the CPP

CPP past events

click here to see a list of past accomplishments and events

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