Summer Reading – DIY Nature Journal

Friday, August 13 • 3pm

Deeping your relationship to the outdoors by nature journaling.

A nature journal is a tool to use when you are practicing your observation skills in nature. It may have notes, drawings, and even poems! Before cameras, scientists and artists drew and wrote their observations about the nature around them. But you don’t have to be either to start a nature journal.


There are many benefits to nature journaling:

  • A healthy pursuit, combining both mental stimulation and physical activity.
  • Allows time for quiet contemplation, meditation, and mindfulness of your surroundings.
  • Deepens observational skills, balancing out the use of all five senses.
  • Pride of accomplishment in creating instead of consuming, stimulating more areas of the brain.
  • Leaves a record of your experiences, more personal and cherished than simply a smartphone full of photos.


To get you started will make a simple stab bound journal to take home.

Masks are required while in the building.


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