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Edgewood Park Nature Journaling Field Trip

March 20, 2014 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Free
Let’s discover springtime at Edgewood. Join us for a nature journaling adventure as we explore the wildflowers and spring landscape of Edgewood. Moderate hiking, spring wildflowers, and great views of the bay area. This will most likely be a smaller group so I will be able to work more closely with individuals on aspects of journaling that are getting you stuck. Bring a potluck treat to share. This should be portable, we will have our lunch on the trail.
Harvey Hubbell is a videographer who is doing a film about learning and teaching styles of dyslixics. He will be filming us in the field and looking at how the process of nature journaling engages observation and learning. 

Details

Date:
March 20, 2014
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Cost:
Free
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Organizer

Nature Journal Club
Phone:
(415) 310-7592
Email:
johnmuirlaws@gmail.com
Website:
https://www.johnmuirlaws.com/bay-area-nature-journal-club

Venue

Edgewood Park Education Center
6 Old Stage Coach Road
Redwood City, CA 94062 United States
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Phone:
(650) 367-7576

4 thoughts on “Edgewood Park Nature Journaling Field Trip

  1. Jacki Rigoni says:

    Hi Jack, Our day with you on Thursday was transcendental. Giovanni and I were so inspired. Thank you for a beautiful way to spend a day, not only seeing the wildflowers bloom, but seeing my child blossom, too. Can’t think of a better teacher and “classroom.” I was inspired to write my own blog post about it, including a poem that you got us started on. Thought you might enjoy some of the pictures I included from the day. Look forward to more days like that. -Jacki http://postconsumerlife.com/2014/03/24/for-instant-spring-just-add-water/

  2. cheryl Harawitz says:

    A wonderful day at Edgewood Park yesterday. I learned lots and shared the day with great people in a most beautiful setting; a day with treasured memories made easy with 4 pages of journal entries thanks to jack, a brilliant, gifted and generous teacher. Many thanks to all!

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