Scientists, poets, and gardeners throughout history have all kept personal records of their experiences in nature. But anyone can benefit from this practice to sharpen their observational skills, become more connected to the world around them, and focus on the present moment. In each class, we'll discuss different approaches to nature journaling and look at some examples before heading outdoors to put it all together. Over three weeks, you will build up a repertoire of skills, inspiration and confidence to make journaling a regular part of your life.
3 Saturdays, Oct. 13, 20, & 27 from 9:30-11:30 am.
Location: the Doris Duke Center
Participant limit: 15