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New Hampshire Students Help Create the Earth Around Us Water Tent
On June 6, a cheer went up through the crowd that gathered to witness the unveiling of the Water Tent, part of the Earth Around Us tent program produced by the New Hampshire GLOBE Program based at the Leitzel Center at the University of New Hampshire. The crowd comprised nearly 75 Kindergarten through grade 5 students and their teachers at the Maple Street Magnet School in Rochester, N.H.  >>

Defiance, Ohio, Hosts In-Person NARM
The 2023 in-person North American Regional Meeting (NARM) in Defiance, Ohio, brought together 22 participants from several U.S. states to attend.  >>

“Satellites and Remote Sensing” NARM Summary
The North American Regional Meeting (NARM) held in Palmyra, New Jersey, on 5 and 6 March, 2024, brought together stakeholders from various sectors whose focus or work is directly related to satellites and/or remote sensing. Together they learned and discussed opportunities to enhance the GLOBE Program. Participants included educators, scientists, policy makers, and students from around the Northeast.  >>

Wildlife Biologist Ready to Answer Phenology Questions
What questions do your students have about phenology? Dr. Dave Steinberg is ready to answer your questions!  >>

Recapping the Pacific In-Person North American Regional Meeting
Seven GLOBE Partners and seven others attended the Pacific in-person North American Regional Meeting, hosted by California Strong, in February. This two-day event was focused on providing Trainer candidates with opportunities to demonstrate GLOBE atmosphere and hydrosphere protocols.  >>

Join the GIO Education Team at the National Science Teaching Association (NSTA) Conference in Denver, CO, from 20-23 March
Stop by the UCAR or NASA booths to connect with others in the GLOBE education community!  >>

Upcoming In-Person NARM Events in March, April, and May
Don't miss these in-person professional development opportunities options for U.S. Partners and educators!  >>

2024 U.S. Regional Student Research Symposia
Registration is now open!  >>

North American Phenology Campaign Continues-- US and Canada Educators Register Today!
The Spring North America Phenology Campaign is focused on monitoring and reporting plant green-up data to help validate the start of the plant growing season.  >>