Special | 7m 56s
Phenology is a science that tracks the firsts for every season like the first robin, first snowfall, and when things sprout, bud and blossom. It's the unofficial account of when the seasons change. It's also important information in the study of climate change. Reporter Jo Garrett shows you why phenology is important to the UW Arboretum and Aldo Leopold's legacy.
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