Flagstaff City – Coconino County Public Library: Climate Resilience Work Session

Join us for a Resilience Work Session as a part of the monthly Climate Resilience Project. This month we will be learning about observation as a tool and entry point to understanding climate and finding meaning in our present moment. Community members will walk away with skills to keep your own climate journal and use the iNaturalist Citizen Science platform. We will meet at the library for a short workshop on the relationship between nature journaling, observation, and the personal experience of climate change. This workshop will be led by Mark Hineline, author of Ground Truth: A Guide to Tracking Climate Change at Home.

Dress warm and wear good shoes becase after the workshop we will walk, bike, or drive the ~half mile to Fances Short pond to make observations and take photos using iNaturalist or by nature journaling. We plan to meet once each season to make observations. Elders/seniors, youth, families, amateurs, professionals, and people of all ages, experience, and climate-knowledge levels are welcome!

In the months we don’t meet for Resilience Work Session, we will meet for Climate Conversations at the library. To learn more about the Climate Resilience Project, visit the program website.

  • Audience: Adult, Teen
  • Genre: Conservation and Sustainability
  • Type: Workshop

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Dec 03 2022


10:00 am - 12:00 pm



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Coconino STEM Hub


Flagstaff City - Coconino County Downtown Public Library
300 W. Aspen Ave., Flagstaff, AZ, 86001


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