It's been a long while since I last gave a nature journaling workshop (thanks, pandemic), but now I've got two coming up, one in August and one in September, bot on the theme of story mapping.
A story map is a visual representation of a journey that may include:
- a map depicting the route followed (which may be highly stylized and need not be to scale)
- locations on the map where interesting things were sighted or took place
- illustrations of scenery, flora and fauna seen along the way, and companions, among other things
- lists of birds, wildflowers, or other elements of nature
- anything else the story cartographer wants to use
I'm super excited to share this journaling technique with two groups this summer and fall.
The first workshop will take place on Saturday, August 7, at Hidden Valley Nature Center in Jefferson from 1-4 p.m. We'll be walking the Crossbill Loop and journaling as we go. Register here.
The second will be part of the Nature Journaling in Acadia conference that will be held at the Schoodic Institute September 19-21, a three-day extravaganza of nature journaling workshops and activities that is going to be positively amazing. Register here.
I'd love to see you at one of these workshops!