Journal archives for January 2021

January 29, 2021


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January 11, 2021

January Events

Hello Neighborhood Naturalists,
Please see below for January events that might interest you. :)

Tuesday, Jan. 19 | 5-6 p.m. MST
Join us for a virtual botany social. Bring your favorite beverages and snacks, and let's talk plants! We will play trivia, talk about plant books and shows and if you wear your best plant themed accessory or outfit you might win a prize. Everyone is welcome, even if you are not a project member or participant.
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Jan. 23 | 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. MST
Interested in improving your insect identification game? Join local entomologist Roberta Gibson on a journey to discover common groups of insects, insect anatomy and the many important roles insects play in nature. This class will be held at the Chandler Environmental Education Center near Veterans Oasis Park. Class cost is $14. Each in-person class is currently limited to 10 participants and everyone is required to wear a facemask. Tables and chairs are socially distanced and all surfaces are disinfected before and after classes.
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Jan. 26 | 4-5 p.m. MST
Join CAZCA for their first speaker series of 2021 with Michael Chamberland from the Maricopa Cooperative Extension Office and explore this noxious weed. The invasive threat of stinknet (Oncosiphon pilulifer) is becoming widely recognized, including its potential to fuel wildfires and its harmful effects to human health. Chamberland will provide updates on our current understanding of stinknet, including 2020 fire effects and potential treatment options for residents.
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