Intro Email Series Archive

Photo © Abbey Hendrickson

Since July 1st, 2016 anyone who has joined Habitat Network has received a series of emails to guide them through the habitat mapping process with a set of activities. This article summarizes this series of emails, and provides links to both the emails and the suggested resources to support each activity.

Previous habitat mapping activities:

#1: Solve Common Problems Mapping
EMAIL

#2: Add Ecological Details to Your Map
EMAIL

#3: Check: Is Your Map Complete?
EMAIL

#4: Customize Your Map with Objects
EMAIL

#5: Add Photos to Your Map
EMAIL

#6: Plan Your Habitat
EMAIL

#7: Get to Know Your Ecoregion
EMAIL

#8: Identify a New Plant
EMAIL

#9: Monitor Wildlife
EMAIL

#10: Photograph Your Site to Document Change
EMAIL

#11: Update Your Map
EMAIL

#12: Reach Out to the People Around You
EMAIL

#13: Research a New Plant for Your Space
EMAIL

#14: Photograph Your Site to Document Change, Again
EMAIL

#15: Check the Placement of Your Habitat Features
EMAIL

#16: Photograph Your Site for the 3rd Time
EMAIL

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