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Discover the joys of nature journaling with a short guided hike on a Clark Regional Park trail.

Nature journaling can be practiced in almost any space and combines observations with insights, questions and connections with the environment around us. It allows us to pay attention to details that might otherwise be overlooked and meditate on their forms and place within the natural world.

This program with cover the basic techniques for beginning and maintaining your nature journal. Bring a sketch pad or journal and your own art materials such as pencils, pens, or watercolors. A portable chair is recommended along with sun protection, water and snacks.

Learn more and register here.

We will meet at parking lot A. Be prepared to move along the trail a short distance and sit to document the beauty around you.

This event is free but parking is $5 per vehicle. Rain may cancel the program. For questions, please contact resource specialist Sarah Hoemke at or call (657)554-7133.

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