Drawing of a Nature Journal

Nature Study Class: Keeping A Nature Journal & Recording Observations

I know that keeping a nature journal sounds pretty straightforward, but depending on your goal you can turn it into more than just a journal. One of the objectives for this class is to help participants look closer at the world around them. With this in mind I’d like to help make your journal a […]

A Meditation on Early Spring

This is a writing exercise I did at a retreat over the weekend – we were charged with meditating on and writing about spring. —————————————————————– On a cold, rainy spring day, I walk along a wooded path enveloped in the Earth’s awakening: a panoply of bird songs; water droplets hanging from burgeoning buds; the soft […]

Nature Book Giveaways

I became part of the Blog Guidebook several months ago because I really loved the resources and community they offered, along with the funky and eclectic feel of their site.  They’re celebrating their 2nd birthday today, and to help them celebrate a bunch of bloggers (including me!) are hosting give-aways on their sites! Given my profession as […]

Free eBook Available for Download!

I’ve finally gotten my act together and my eBook is complete and available for download. If you haven’t signed up for our mailing list yet and would like a copy of the eBook, you can do so here: http://forms.aweber.com/form/86/1006892286.htm. For more information on the book, visit the Lessons from a Naturalist page at Withywindle Books where […]

Passionately Curious

While looking for a long-lost poem, I stumbled across a second-grade teacher’s blog called Passionately Curious which chronicles her adventures in the classroom with her students. Unfortunately the blog appears no longer active, but I was so charmed by this perspective that it made me long to be a second-grade teacher. The title of her blog was what caused […]

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