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Sample tile used to mark Phenology Trail sites in Tucson, Arizona. 

Image credit:
Lorianne Barnett

Group Resources

Looking for some help with your new shared site? We've compilied resources for you, based upon what we are most frequently asked during the planning and implementation phases of designing a phenology walk or trail. 


Nature's Notebook Curriculum

Looking for activities to do with visitors to your site or students? Check out our Curriculum Resources for all grade levels, including adults. Use them as ice breakers at meetings or as supplements to making observations outside. 

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Host a Nature's Notebook Workshop

Want to train participants to help you with observations? Visit our workshop page for downloadable materials you can use and edit. You might consider using our Visualization Tool to demonstrate what stories participant data are telling!

Workshop resources »

Visualization Tool » 


Templates and Logos

Feel free to use our logos and templates for information sheets, activities, and curriculum. 

Media Center »

Templates »


USA-NPN's YouTube Channel

Find links to all of our how-to videos, recorded webinars, and exciting videos that our partners have posted. 

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USA-NPN Pinterest Page

Our Pinterest page has pictures of signs and tags used in the field, where to find Phenology Trails across the US, workshop materials, and more. 

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USA-NPN Phenophases Flickr Page

Because we are so often asked if we have photos of all of our species, for each of their phenophases, we decided to try to crowd-source some common phenophases for plants. We've created a Flickr page for groups to share their favorite phenophase photos for use in the field.  These photos have been vetted by group and network leaders and shared for your use, as long as you follow the indicated copywrite practices. You can download them and use them when you are making Phenophase Photo Guides for your participants. 

 USA-NPN Phenophases Flickr »


Social Media

Share your successes with us and a wider audience on our social media pages! Get ideas for how to design walks, trails, and signs for your site.  

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 LoriAnne Barnett's Twitter »

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