Phenology: Tracking Minnesota’s ever changing forests

Phenology is the study of periodic biological phenomena, such as flowering, breeding, and migration, in relation to climatic conditions. In other words, it’s all about noticing, and keeping track of, the changes in your woods. (Many Minnesota woodland owners hear John Latimer or Larry Weber’s phenology radio shows every week.) We’ll discuss the importance and value of good phenology data to not only sound woodland care and management, but also research.

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