18-Day Colorado River Trip Through Grand Canyon
Apr
2
to Apr 19

18-Day Colorado River Trip Through Grand Canyon

Celebrated for its stunning scenery, amazing hikes, and astounding whitewater, Grand Canyon offers the longest stretch of roadless river in the lower 48 states. Floating down the Colorado River through Grand Canyon is, without doubt, the ultimate river trip. We invite you to join Dr. Larry Stevens, Curator of Ecology and Director of the Springs Stewardship Institute at the Museum of Northern Arizona, as we explore beautiful tributaries that are some of the last pristine spring-fed streams in the West, frolic in their many waterfalls, learn about the natural and human history of the Canyon, or relax on the beach and watch the light change. This trip launches April 2, 2018. For more information or to sign up, visit

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2-week Grand Canyon Ecoregion Bioblitz
Jul
24
to Aug 5

2-week Grand Canyon Ecoregion Bioblitz

Join Dr. Larry Stevens, MNA's curator of ecology, on a two-week entomological collecting expedition across the greater Grand Canyon ecoregion. Joined by other noted experts, including Dr. Gary Alpert, the group will circumnavigate this vast, complex, and entomologically rich landscape. Each day will be filled with hikes, spectacular scenery, interestingpresentations, and invertebrate collecting and processing. Our crew will provide fresh cooked meals as we camp, traveling to at least 20 different locations. For more information, or to sign up visit http://springstewardshipinstitute.org/grand-canyon-bioblitz/

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Intertribal Springs Workshop
Jun
5
to Jun 7

Intertribal Springs Workshop

  • Museum of Northern Arizona (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This unique workshop (co-sponsored by the Hualapai Tribe and the Springs Stewardship Institute will bring together individuals from multiple Tribes and is designed to inform and educate tribal members on the protocols and processes of springs stewardship. Participants will deepen their understanding of springs ecosystems, ecological integrity, natural and cultural resources, stewardship, restoration, monitoring, field data collection, and information management. The workshop consists of classroom presentations and discussions, as well as hands-on field inventory and assessment training each day.

In addition to the 2-day workshop (June 6 & 7), we will be hosting a kick-off Meet and Greet event on the evening on June 5 in the Museum of Northern Arizona's Braningar-Chase Auditorium. We hope everyone participating in the workshop will join us for snacks and refreshments at this welcome event!

COST

Free to all tribal members
$295 - Regular price
$175 - Student rate (must provide proof of enrollment)

(Price covers workshop materials and field trip transportation.)

Please complete a Registration Form here if you are interested in participating.

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Springs Inventory and Assessment Workshop
May
17
to May 18

Springs Inventory and Assessment Workshop

  • Museum of Northern Arizona (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This 2-day workshop is designed to inform and educate the public, educators, students, government agencies, NGOs, and Tribes on the protocols and processes of springs stewardship. Participants will deepen their understanding of springs ecosystems, ecological integrity, natural and cultural resources, stewardship, restoration, monitoring, field data collection, and information management. The workshop consists of classroom presentations and discussions, as well as hands-on field inventory and assessment training each day. Register and pay online here

Presentations will be given by our highly experienced staff.
Class size is limited to 20 participants.

COST


$345 - Regular price after January 10, 2017
$175 - Student rate (must provide proof of enrollment)

(covers workshop materials and field trip transportation)

Please complete a Registration Form and complete your payment either electronically or by mailing a check.

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Springs Inventory and Assessment Workshop in Flagstaff, Arizona
Oct
12
to Oct 13

Springs Inventory and Assessment Workshop in Flagstaff, Arizona

  • Museum of Northern Arizona (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This 2-day workshop is designed to inform and educate the public, educators, students, government agencies, NGOs, and Tribes on the protocols and processes of springs stewardship. Participants will deepen their understanding of springs ecosystems, ecological integrity, natural and cultural resources, stewardship, restoration, monitoring, field data collection, and information management. The workshop consists of classroom presentations and discussions, as well as hands-on field inventory and assessment training each day. Register and pay online here

Presentations will be given by our highly experienced staff.
Class size is limited to 20 participants.

COST

$295 - Earlybird (register before September 12, 2016)
$345 - Regular price
$175 - Student rate (must provide proof of enrollment)

(covers workshop materials and field trip transportation)

Please complete a Registration Form and complete your payment either electronically or by mailing a check.

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Dine' College 2-day Springs Inventory and Assessment Workshop
Jul
13
to Jul 14

Dine' College 2-day Springs Inventory and Assessment Workshop

This workshop is designed for Dine' College students and faculty, as well as Navajo Nation environmental managers and citizens. Participants will deepen their understanding of springs ecosystems, ecological integrity, natural and cultural resources, stewardship, restoration, monitoring, field data collection, and information management. The workshop consists of classroom presentations and discussions, as well as hands-on field inventory and assessment training each day. 

Presentations will be given by our highly experienced staff.
Class size is limited to 20 participants. Participants must register in advance here, and registration is subject to approval.

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Citizen Science 4FRI Springs Inventory One-Day Workshop - Free
Jun
4
9:00 AM09:00

Citizen Science 4FRI Springs Inventory One-Day Workshop - Free

  • Museum of Northern Arizona Powell Building (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The Springs Stewardship Institute has developed a new application for phones and tablets that citizen scientists can use to help inventory springs.  During this free one-day workshop we will introduce participants to springs ecosystems, demonstrate the use of the application, and practice entering survey data at a local spring. We are using Collector for ArcGIS. Participants will need to download the app on their phone or tablet. (Use of the application requires IOS 8 on iPhone or iPad, Android 4.0, or Windows 10.) 

Participants must register in advance, and space is limited. Sign up here.

We welcome you to take part in this effort to collect information about springs, and how they respond to the 4FRI treatment. More information about this project is available here. Bring a pack lunch and your phone or tablet. We will meet at the Powell building at the Museum of Northern Arizona. We will send directions once you sign up.  Contact lance@springstewardship.org for more information.

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Citizen Science 4FRI Springs Inventory One-Day Workshop - Free
May
21
9:00 AM09:00

Citizen Science 4FRI Springs Inventory One-Day Workshop - Free

The Springs Stewardship Institute has developed a new application for phones and tablets that citizen scientists can use to help inventory springs.  This effort is focused on the 4FRI project area. During this free one-day workshop we will introduce participants to springs ecosystems, demonstrate the use of the application, and practice entering survey data at a local spring. We are using Collector for ArcGIS. Participants will need to download the app on their phone or tablet. (Use of the application requires IOS 8 on iPhone or iPad, Android 4.0, or Windows 10.) Participants must register in advance, and space is limited. Sign up here.

We welcome you to take part in this effort to collect information about springs, and how they respond to the 4FRI treatment. More information about this project is available here. Bring a pack lunch and your phone or tablet. We will meet at the Powell building at the Museum of Northern Arizona. We will send directions once you sign up.  Contact lance@springstewardship.org if you have questions.

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Springs Inventory and Assessment Workshop
May
18
to May 19

Springs Inventory and Assessment Workshop

  • Museum of Northern Arizona, Powell Building (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

2-day workshop designed to inform and educate the public, educators, students, government agencies, NGOs, and Tribes on the protocols and processes of springs stewardship. Participants will deepen their understanding of springs ecosystems, ecological integrity, natural and cultural resources, stewardship, restoration, monitoring, field data collection, and information management. The workshop consists of classroom presentations and discussions, as well as hands-on fieldinventory and assessment training each day. Register and pay online here

Presentations will be given by our highly experienced staff.
Class size is limited to 20 participants.

COST

$245 - Earlybird (register before March 15, 2016)
$295 - Regular price
$145 - Student rate (must provide proof of enrollment)

(covers workshop materials and field trip transportation)

Please complete a Registration Form and complete your payment either electronically or by mailing a check.

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