Tag Archive: Kayla Cleveland

Jul 17

Planting the Seed: SDI Phenology Team Shares Their Knowledge

By Kayla Cleveland Upon starting the Phenology Internship, it was really hard to tell a group of people what phenology is and the important role it plays within the Menominee Nation.  The computer research that I had done to mentally prepare myself for Earth Day at the College of Menominee Nation was not enough and …

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Jun 24

A Day in the Life of a Phenology Intern

  This video gives the viewer a look into what we phenology interns see on a day-to-day basis, from the tallest tree to the smallest slug. It also includes two of the plants we are following: Jack in the Pulpit (JIP) and Mayflower (MYF). The growth of each plant we follow is vital to our research, …

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Jun 17

Becoming a Citizen Scientist

Phenology: what is it? And why is it important? These were questions that members of the community had when attending the citizen scientist training that was held on May 11, 2019 at the CMN campus. All attendees had the opportunity to have these questions answered by Rebecca Montgomery, Associate Professor at the University of Minnesota, …

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