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Stancioff, Bisson Present at Phenology Conference

Esperanza Stancioff, climate change educator for the University of Maine Cooperative Extension/Maine Sea Grant, and Beth Bisson, assistant director for outreach and education for Maine Sea Grant, recently presented at the 2012 International Phenology Conference at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. The presentation, “Signs of the Seasons: A Maine Phenology Program — Linking Research, Climate Literacy and Action,” explained the collaborative network that works with scientific research professionals to train citizen scientists to record seasonal changes on common plants and animals throughout the state. Partners include UMaine Extension, Maine Sea Grant, Maine Audubon, U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife, the Schoodic Education and Research Center at Acadia National Park, and the USA National Phenology Network.

Contact: George Manlove, (207) 581-3756

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