Events

UPCOMING EVENTS

INDIANA PHENOLOGY WILDFLOWER FESTIVAL

A virtual, week-long event with contests and guest speakers, phenology trivia and training, and chances to win wildflower swag!

April 18 - 24

NATURE IS A MONSTER MOVIE

Join Nathanael Pilla as he takes you through stories of death and deceit in the plant world. He will highlight some of the most charismatic carnivorous and parasitic plants in the region as well as some of the stories on how they evolved such incredible traits. If you thought plants were just passive creatures living under our feet, this presentation will make you think again!

April 20 at 7 PM

HOLLIDAY PARK OBSERVER TRAINING

Join Amanda Wanlass, Executive Director of Indiana Phenology, for a two hour introduction to phenology and nature observation. Become a citizen scientist as you learn how to use Nature's Notebook to observe and collect native tree data using your smart phone at Holliday Park.

This in-person event is limited to 12 attendees. Because this event takes place indoors, social distancing and masks covering the nose and mouth will be required for the entirety of the program.

April 24 from 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM

PAST EVENTS

FAMILY PHENOLOGY PROGRAM

Parents! Connect with your kids through nature-immersion and phenology activities. You'll have the change to learn how you can fight climate change as a family and teach your children valuable skills like observation and analysis.

April 10
2:00 PM

BACKYARD OBSERVER TRAINING

Want to get involved but not sure where to start? Join the Backyard Observer program and learn how to document seasonal changes in plants and animals in a green space near you.

April 8
6:30 PM

TOUCH THE EARTH NATURAL AREA OBSERVER TRAINING

Sierra Club, Winding Waters Group, Indiana Phenology and Sycamore Land Trust have partnered to help support the community project, Nature's Notebook at the Touch the Earth Natural Area. Join Amanda Wanlass, Executive Director of Indiana Phenology, and learn how to use this citizen science method to observe and collect native plant, animal, and insect data using your smart phone at Touch the Earth Natural Area, located in the Sycamore Land Trust property in Columbus. Event is open to all.

April 7
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

FREE WEBINAR

Learn about phenology and the critical use of phenological data while examining how the climate is expected to change and the impacts of these shifts on human life.

This introductory presentation is designed to be accessible to all people.

To register for this event, please email info@indianaphenology.org