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Art and Conservation: Wild Canids among Us

Zoom Meeting CA

Join the Nature Journal Workshop for a special edition of Art and Conservation. Special guests Michelle Lute and Marcia Sivek will help us understand the role of carnivores in our ecosystems and the challenges to their conservation.  We will then explore the differences between wolves and smaller canid carnivores such as coyotes and fox, and

Nature Journal Educator’s Forum: Journaling with Elders

Zoom Meeting CA

How can we make nature journaling events and classes accessible, welcoming, and appropriate for elders? What special concerns should we keep in mind as we develop programs or community resources? How can elders engage with teaching others and sharing their experiences? Click Here to Join the Meeting All ages and experience levels are welcome. No

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Arrragh! How can I get all that done?

Zoom Meeting CA

Who boy, observing, drawing, notes, measurements, haiku, layout, watercolor, how can you get all this done? If you feel like there is some way the journal is supposed to look or have a backlog of "uncompleted" journal pages the makes the whole process feel like a burden, this is the class for you. Join John

Early Elementary Nature Journaling: for K-2 Educators and Parents!

Zoom Meeting CA

Join Nature Journaling educator John Muir Laws, grade 1 teacher Carol Miller, and the Exploratorium educator team to explore nature journaling for young learners! Experience an engaging set of activities on nature journaling, hear about a teacher’s experience of doing the activity with her students, and discuss nature journaling for young learners with your colleagues.

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Nature Journal Educator’s Forum: Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity in the NJ Community

Zoom Meeting CA

Nature Journaling is for everyone. Let's look at what we can do to make the experience and resources accessible. What barriers to participation exist? How can we address them? There may be parts of this discussion that will be challenging. Please listen deeply, participate with mutual respect and kindness,  and assume the best intentions of

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The Nature Journal Workshop

Zoom Meeting CA

Join John Muir Laws for weekly live nature Journaling workshops with tips, techniques, inspiration, teaching strategies, and interviews. Topics are usually announced in advance of the workshop. If special materials or class-specific downloads are available, you can find them here in the class description before the class. Click Here to Join the Zoom Workshop! Passcode:

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Nature Journal Educator’s Forum

Zoom Meeting CA

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

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Be Well in Nature (wellness workshops with Stanford University)

CA

John Muir Laws is speaking as a part of a day-long panel on nature and wellness. When we connect with nature, we can foster peace and tranquility within ourselves, resulting in positive well-being. In fact, research has shown that spending time in nature reduces stress, anxiety, and depression.  Sessions include the science of wellness in

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Botanical Illustration 5: Stems, leaf arrangement, and inflorescence

Zoom Meeting CA

Let's take a close look at the way leaves and flowers emerge from the stem. Understanding the arrangement and inflorescence type will help you see patterns and draw what you see. Bonus: how to draw long stems and smooth parallel lines. Click Here to Join the Zoom Workshop! Passcode: 187351 All ages and experience levels

International Nature Journaling Week

Zoom Meeting CA

Join us for an amazing online community and skill-building experience!. This year the themes for International Nature Journaling Week will explore the three ‘languages’ of nature journaling (words, pictures, and numbers) and the three prompts ‘I notice…I wonder…It reminds me of…’ These two triads, used together, are a powerful tool for cultivating curiosity, connecting with

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