6 April 2007
Nature Journaling Hike:
An Artsy Stroll through the Forest
Dr. Taba Hamissou shown here identifying wildflowers.
Want to keep track of the plants and flowers you see on your hikes?
Hereís a fun way to start or expand a personal nature journal.
Artist Sarah Landrum will discuss how to preserve visual
impressions through drawings and close observation. Pitt Harding, of JSUís English Department, will share samples from
the writings of William Bartram, Thoreau, and other observers of nature. Dr. Mijitaba Hamissou, of JSUís Biology Department,
will be identifying spring wildflowers on this easy going hike at the base of Dugger Mountain Wilderness.
No drawing or writing experience necessary. Bring a sketchbook or journal and drawing materials such as pencils, colored
pencils, or small watercolor boxes. Also bring drinking water and snacks or lunch.
Pre-registration is required. CEUs are available upon request. This event is classified as family and dog friendly.
- Date: Saturday, April 14, 2007
- Where: Pink E. Burns Trail Head (Rabbittown, AL)
Jones Branch near the base of Dugger Mountain
- Time: 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
- Fee: $5 - students; $15 - adults
Nature journalists pictured here are learning descriptive methods.
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