Monthly "Coffee Walk" at the UA Campus Arboretum -
January 25, 2016, 9am
Join us on Monday, January 25th, from 9am - 10am for the third monthly "Coffee Walk" at the Krutch Garden. We will meet by the Cats Statue, learn about phenology and collect observations for the Nature's Notebook Citizen Science Program. FREE, locally sourced coffee will be provided! Just bring a mug and an interest in learning about what is blooming and which critters are visiting this month in the garden.
Plant Marking at Tucson Mission Garden -
We selected plants to observe at the Tucson Mission Garden during PhenoWeek in October, and now we need to add permanent tags to the individuals we've chosen. If you are interested in helping with this process, email LoriAnne by January 8th to let her know. She will email you with details about when that will happen.
The Art of Paying Attention Workshop II -
Together with Beth Surdut we will be offering a second opportunity to learn the art of paying attention and telling a nature story. Observing nature starts with curiosity about what's around you. This workshop will explore and hone your observation skills through writing, drawing and storytelling. Plan to come share your backyard critter and habitat stories —off the cuff is just fine! Award-winning artist and writer Beth Surdut, creator of Listening to Raven and The Art of Paying Attention NPR radio series, will facilitate the telling of your wildlife tales.
Stay tuned for more information about dates and times, during the month of March 2016.