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Save the Date: 2023 North American Regional Meeting
The 2023 GLOBE North American Regional Meeting for Partners and educators will be held virtually from 01 - 03 November. Registration is now open.  >>

U.S. Weekly Watercooler: North America Phenology Campaign Educator Webinar
Join two GLOBE educators on 11 October to get tips and learn about resources to teach phenology, specifically using the GLOBE Green-Down protocol.  >>

U.S. Partner Forum Welcomes New Members
The U.S. Partner Forum would like to thank Kimberly Davis and Jodi Haney for their service to the GLOBE community. They each recently completed their terms on the USPF for the Southeast Region (Kimberly Davis) and as the At-Large representative (Jodi Haney). Stepping into their roles are Deborah McAllister (Southeast Region) and Donna Torres (At-Large representative).  >>

U.S. GLOBE Midwest Regional Updates — September 2023
September 2023 news from Midwest Regional Partnerships: University of Wisconsin, Xcite Learning, Purdue University, and University of Toledo  >>

Students Learn about Prairie Soil at the Soil and Solar Festival
On 15 June, roughly 175 participants engaged in hands-on science at the Waterville Primary School Soil and Solar Festival led by Xcite Learning.  >>

GLOBE Mission Earth West Trained 43 Los Angeles-Area Camp Counselors
Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) Office of Outdoor Environmental Education (OOEE) hosted an 8-hour hydrosphere training for 43 camp naturalists and counselors from three LAUSD outdoor education camps. GLOBE Mission Earth West led the training.  >>

U.S. GLOBE Partners and Educators: Join our Weekly Watercoolers
This academic year, the GLOBE U.S. Coordination office invites U.S. Partners and educators to join us for Watercoolers on most Wednesdays at 04:10 p.m. ET. The second Wednesday of each month is reserved for educator-focused Watercoolers and they will be held at 07:00 p.m. ET.  >>

GLOBE and Natural Inquirer Crosswalk Project: Stipends are Available for U.S. Educators and Pre-Service Teachers
The GLOBE U.S. Coordination Office has enlisted the help of educators to design lessons that link GLOBE resources with the USDA Forest Service’s Natural Inquirer series of readers.  >>

2023 North American Regional Meeting In-Person Professional Development
A Request for Proposals for the 2023 NARM is now open.  >>

Soil Health Buckets: Meet GLOBE
Soil literally and figuratively underpins human wellbeing. Whether it’s growing food and the plants that produce oxygen, storing water or cycling nutrients, soil is a provider of important ecosystem services. We depend on soil just as much as we depend on air and water. We have a vested interest in ensuring that soil is well managed and healthy. The USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) defines healthy soils as “the continued capacity … to function as a vital living ecosystem that sustains plants, animals and humans.”  >>