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Pencil Miles & Chill

CA

Super low-key, supportive drawing and chatting online hang-out: if there are pages in your journal you've been wanting to finish, or homework you're wanting to catch up on, or just plain want to draw in good company, please join us! * Together, we create a supportive space. If a person feels like sharing their work,

Free

The Great Valley Nature Journal Club Workshop

CA

Join Brian Higginbotham and the Great Valley Nature Journal Club for weekly live nature journaling workshops. We review strategies for incorporating words, pictures, and numbers in our practice and share tips, techniques, and inspiration from the community and from past masters. Topics are usually announced in advance of the workshop and are held online through

Cartography 101: Adding maps to your nature journals (Free)

CA

Join naturalist and Nature Journaling for a Wild Life author Roseann Hanson in exploring cartography for your nature journals and field sketchbooks. Adding maps is fun and although they can be challenging and even intimidating, they will greatly enhance not only your journals but your understanding of a place. Traditional maps with features such as contours

Free

Pencil Miles & Chill

Zoom Meeting CA

Super low-key, supportive drawing and chatting online hang-out: if there are pages in your journal you've been wanting to finish, or homework you're wanting to catch up on, or just plain want to draw in good company, please join us! * Together, we create a supportive space. If a person feels like sharing their work,

Free

Monterey Bay Nature Journal Club Online

CA

What we'll be doing: Join Melinda Nakagawa and the Monterey Bay Nature Journal Club. Please check Spark in Nature events page each week for details about today's topics! When Start at 9:30 am- end at 12 noon Pacific Daylight. Schedule: Start with an introduction and demo of a topic We log off the computer to

Ask Jack (Zoom)

Zoom Meeting CA

Do you have questions about drawing, journaling, naturalist skills, or journaling teaching techniques? Join John Muir Laws and the Nature Journal Club every week for an open forum discussion where we troubleshoot your questions. This workshop will be repeated, so if your questions don't get addressed this time, never fear! There will be a next

Nature Journal Writing Workshop Wednesdays

CA

“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

Nature Journal Educator’s Forum: What to do when it goes wrong…

Zoom Meeting CA

What do you do when a journal page does not work out the way you envisioned?  What do you do when a journaling lesson does not work? How can you reinspire and reinvigorate students who have lost their journaling spark? Learn how to teach Nature Journaling! Join our weekly discussion and idea-sharing for teachers, home

Free

The Nature Journal Show Episode Premieres!

CA

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

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