Introduction to Nature Journaling, Scientific Record Keeping, and Nature Writing

Saturday June 01

9:00 AM  –  1:00 PM

Location: Leonora Curtin Wetland Preserve

Cost: $30 Member/$40 Not-yet-Member

In this course students will learn how to bring methods of nature journaling to their backyards and daily lives, enriching their understanding of the natural world and providing a record of small scale ecological changes. This class will include a discussion of nature journal history and methodology, a primer on field guides, and hands-on field work. Students should come prepared for sitting out in the field taking notes; gear to be outdoors is recommended (sunscreen, hat, long pants, etc.). Each student will receive a field notebook with the purchase of their class ticket. 

 

About your Instructor: Loren Klyne is a naturalist hailing from the Pacific Northwest. He is experienced in rigorous methods of scientific record keeping. Loren has also studied nature journaling and nature writing in the jungles of Panama and the woods of the Olympic Peninsula, and has taught workshops on nature journaling, scientific observation, and natural history to college students.

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