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Recent accomplishments and events

February 2014: afternoon CPP workshop and field training event at Joshua Tree National Park; download the flyer for additional details (including RSVP information)

September 2013: noon research and education seminar for the Yosemite Forum series; download the flyer for additional details (including RSVP information)

March 2013: all day CPP workshop and field training event at the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden (; download the flyer for additional details (including RSVP information)

February 2013: presentation at Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge Environmental Education Center; 1:30-3:00pm; see flyer for more information and to RSVP

December 2012: Two CPP events in southern California-- Get the flyer here. Evening lecture (Dec 11) & weekend field workshop (Dec 15) with the California Native Plant Society and the UC Natural Reserve System.

October 2012: CPP workshops at North American Association for Environmental Education Conference in Oakland, CA; download the conference registration packet for more information about this workshop

August 2012: CPP talks at the Ecological Society of America's Annual Meeting, Portland, OR: Building a phenological monitoring network in California as a model for the nation and Implementing a regional phenology network: The California Phenology Project

July 2012: CPP workshop at Sequoia National Park (download the flyer here), at Golden Gate National Recreation Area (download the flyer here), at John Muir National Historic Site (download the flyer here), and at the Sierra Nevada Aquatic Research Lab (flyer)

June 2012: CPP training events at Lava Beds National Monument and Lassen Volcanic National Park (Lava Beds National Monument flyer and Lassen Volcanic NP flyer)

May 2012: CPP training events at UC Rancho Marino Reserve: May 26th (download a flyer for the event here). 

March 2012: CPP training events at Redwood National Park: March 26th-30th (download a flyer for the event here).These events were highlighted in an article in the Arcata Times-Standard.

February 2012: CPP is featured in the NPS Climate Change Response Program's January/February 2012 Newsletter.

January 20th, 2012: CPP free public lecture and training events at the Desert Institute and Joshua Tree National Park

November 29th, 2011: CPP training event at John Muir National Historic Site; see an article in the Martinez News-Gazette covering the workshop

November 2011: the CPP is featured in a new Park Science article, Parks use phenology to improve management and communicate climate change, on which Angie Evenden (a co-PI for the California Phenology Project) is a co-author 

October 30th- November 4th, 2011: UCSB team visited Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks adding two new species to the list of CPP focal species (represented by >40 tagged individuals!)

October 26th, 2011: CPP lecture at Black Rock Visitor Center (Joshua Tree National Park), "The California Phenology Project at Joshua Tree National Park: Monitoring Phenological Activity and its Link to Climate Change"

Fall 2011: check out a new article, titled Out of Sync, in the National Parks Magazine (produced by the National Parks Conservation Association) that discusses the CPP's work in California

September 21st, 2011: CPP Training Workshop at Sandstone Peak Monitoring Sites (Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area)