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  • 4/3 2014 Minnesota Master Naturalist Annual Conference May 16-18, 2014

    The 2014 Minnesota Master Naturalist Annual Conference is fast approaching. It will be held at Camp Friendship in Annandale, MN on May 16-18. This annual conference typically involves around 100 ...

  • 3/24 New Videos Explore Youth Research Based on Citizen Science

    In three new videos on the University of Minnesota Extension You Tube Channel, young researchers describe their experiences studying birds and Monarch caterpillars last summer. Sparked through their involvement in ...

  • 3/10 Citizen Science Adult Leader to Work at Cornell Lab of Ornithology

    Congratulations to Barbara Jacobs-Smith, an adult leader for the NSF-funded Driven to Discover: Enabling Authentic Inquiry through Citizen Science project. She has been granted a sabbatical from her teaching position ...

  • 2/10 Competition for Conservation?

    According to a recent post in the Cornell Chronicle, Janis Dickinson, professor of natural resources and director of citizen science at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, believes that healthy competition ...

  • 2/5 Oberhauser Discusses Monarch Survey in Star Tribune

    Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Education Specialist, Dr. Karen Oberhauser was featured in an article about recently released results of an annual survey of Monarch overwintering colonies in Mexico. The 2014 ...

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