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Introduction to Nature Journaling and Habitat Restoration Event
Saturday, May 14 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Join us for an Introduction to Nature Journaling and Habitat Restoration Event at Roy’s Riffles Restoration site!
Saturday, May 14, 2022 at 9AM – 2PM
Registration is required – cost is free.
We will begin with a two-hour Nature Journaling Workshop and then plant along the banks of San Geronimo Creek.
What is Nature Journaling?
A combination of sketching, doodling, and writing, Nature Journaling is an excellent tool for developing observation skills, a deeper sense of connection, and practicing mindfulness while in nature. Journaling slows you down and is also a way to document and remember your own particular experience in nature.
You do not have to be an artist or writer to journal with us – all skill levels are welcome! Just bring your sense of wonder and a favorite pencil. We will unpack several foundational Nature Journaling practices and journal whatever presents itself on that day – plants, birds, animals, the stream, rocks, insects, clouds – anything is possible! This is not an art technique class. Participants can bring their own journal or use the sketch paper provided.
Please RSVP to Preston Brown (email@example.com). Space is limited.
The cost to the event is free, but a suggested donation of $10 per person will help cover the cost of the materials.
Ayesha Ercelawn is a Marin-based naturalist, environmental educator, and gardener, who has been exploring as well as teaching and journaling about the natural world of the Bay Area for 20 plus years. She is a member of the Nature Journaling Educators Forum (led by John Muir Laws), and loves sharing her fascination with natural history with others. Her teaching style is light-hearted, with a focus on joy, curiosity, and connection to the natural world.
Ayesha has had the good fortune to be a SPAWN volunteer for many years.
RSVP to Preston Brown (firstname.lastname@example.org) to reserve your spot. Space is limited.