Journaling is a powerful tool. It sharpens observation skills, unleashes creativity and imagination, and deepens emotional and physical connections with life all around us. Whether it’s sketching, essays, pressing flowers, or making lists, nature journaling is simultaneously calming and energizing. This class will give you ideas and tools on how to begin a nature journal in any outdoor environment with time for practice and discussion.
Instructor: Kelley V Phillips, Outreach Coordinator, Red-tail Land Conservancy
This free online class is open to the public and presented as part of the 2020 Anderson Riverside Walks & Talks, a series of free classes, guided walks and talks along the White River and trails in Anderson. Due to the pandemic, the Walks & Talks are all virtual this year. The series is sponsored by Hoosier Environmental Council/Mounds Greenway, Red-tail Land Conservancy, White River Watchers of Madison County and Amos Butler Audubon Society.
This class is free, but space is limited so reserve your ticket now! Participants can prepare by having something to write on and something to write with for this class.