Get your Spring on as we kick-off our participation in the National Phenology Network’s “Nature’s Notebook” program. What is phenology, you may ask? It is “nature’s calendar – when cherry trees bloom, when a robin builds its nest and when leaves turn color in the fall” (usanpn.org). When volunteers across the country join forces to track “nature’s calendar,” it helps scientists learn a great deal about ecology and climate change. Find out how you can be part of this cool citizen science project – and deepen your connection to life on the Mountain at the same time. Meet at the Nature Center.