Join us for a nature journaling seminar for beginners!
A nature journal is more than a collection of pretty sketches, it is a record of your experiences with the natural world. Learn how to use a nature journal to support your investigation and connection with the world around you, and build space to stop, look and slow down with nature.
The class will meet virtually once a week for three weeks. Outside of class, participants will explore their new nature journaling skills. This class is focused on journaling, so while sketching and drawing can enrich these activities, no artistic abilities are needed.
What’s in a Nature Journal?
Guiding Your Focus
Developing Your Style & Maintaining Your Practice
Class will meet via Zoom on Thursday evenings from 7:00-8:00 pm on August 20, August 27, and September 3rd.
Educators may earn up to 6 Continuing Education Units (CEU) for this seminar.
Emily Porter is a full-time Environmental Educator and part-time poet. She is also a licensed classroom teacher and is committed to research-based instruction that validates learners’ lived experiences. Webinars and prompts will be focused on helping you explore and construct your own understanding in an interactive learning community.
Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org