June 6, 2015: Nature Journal Writing Workshop at Indian Ford Meadow Preserve

Indian Ford Meadow Preserve

Hike and Writing Workshop sponsored by the Deschutes Land Trust: 

The best place to write about nature is outdoors, in nature. Please join writer, Katie Eberhart, and birder, Carol Wall, for a morning of walking, learning about birds and bird habitat, and writing at Indian Ford Meadow Preserve. We should see hummingbirds and pygmy nuthatches, and other summer-resident birds, learn about the birds’ habitat needs—from forest to stream, and discuss strategies for translating a sense of nature onto the page.

The walking at Indian Ford Meadow is easy and the distance will be less than a mile.

What: Nature Journaling at Indian Ford Meadow Preserve
Where: Indian Ford Meadow Preserve, near Sisters, Oregon
When: June 6, 2015; 9:00-noon

Workshop limited to ten participants.

This workshop is free but sign-up is required. Register online at http://www.deschuteslandtrust.org/events/hikes/nature-journaling-indian-ford-meadow-preserve or by telephone with the Deschutes Land Trust: (541) 330-0017

With registration, you’ll get an email reminder and directions to Indian Ford Meadow Preserve

There will also be a nature journaling writing workshop, sponsored by the Deschutes Land Trust, at Metolius Preserve on July 25, 2015: http://www.deschuteslandtrust.org/events/hikes/nature-journaling-metolius-preserve

Related posts 

My blog: A Writer’s Field Notes – Part 1

Deschutes Land Trust blog: Writing Personal Field Notes at Land Trust Preserves

2 thoughts on “June 6, 2015: Nature Journal Writing Workshop at Indian Ford Meadow Preserve

  1. Lorna Cahall

    Whychus Canyon Walk
    tanka – Lorna Cahall

    Fence lizard
    only guy moving fast
    High Desert wildflowers
    Oregon Sunshine along the rim
    bring water and a good hat

    1. katie eberhart Post author

      Hi Lorna,


      Your tanka sums up the hike this morning at Whychus Canyon . . .

      What fun! To see a fence lizard, as well as all the amazing wildflowers at Whychus Canyon.


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