“Stories are everywhere, if we know how to look.” -How to Teach Nature Journaling Join the Workshop In nature journaling, we use a mixture of words, pictures, and numbers. Join us for this new weekly workshop where we focus on WORDS. We’ll explore writing for different purposes: writing to observe, to think, to imagine, and
Learn how to teach Nature Journaling! Join our weekly discussion and idea-sharing for teachers, home school parents, and other educators interested in teaching nature journaling skills. Each meeting will have a theme. Most of the conversation that day will revolve around this core idea but expect interesting side routes and trails. Click Here to Join
Every week The Nature Journal Show provides you with tips, tricks, and techniques to help you get more out of your nature journaling! In addition to exciting nature journal adventures, and practical how-to episodes, there are also inspiring conversations with other nature journalers, nature artists, and nature researchers! Join the premieres every Wednesday at 6pm
Free- Nature Journaling with Melinda Nakagawa and the Monterey County Free Libraries You must register ahead of event for the Zoom link. Limited spaces. See SparkinNature for info and registration. Four dates available.
What we’ll be doing: Join the Salish Sea Nature Lovers (SSNL) as we creatively explore the Salish Sea Ecosystem together in community. Visit the SSNL website to register and explore the monthly theme. When: The last Wednesday evening of the month 7:00 - 8:30 pm PST Schedule: Begin with introductions, followed by exploring a