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Nature Journaling at Whychus Canyon on May 31, 2015

Whychus CanyonThe best place to write about nature is outdoors, in nature. If you’re in central Oregon, please join me and botanist, David Miller, for three hours walking and writing at Whychus Canyon Preserve. We’ll discuss wildflowers and plants, and writing strategies that help capture the experience of all the senses, as well as other aspects of our relationship with nature including memories.

What: Nature Journaling at Whychus Canyon Preserve, sponsored by the Deschutes Land Trust
Where: Whychus Canyon Preserve near Sisters, Oregon
When: May 31, 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-whychus-canyon-preserve or by telephone with the Deschutes Land Trust: (541) 330-0017

With registration, you’ll get an email reminder and directions to Whychus Canyon Preserve.

Last year, I did two Field Notes workshops for the Deschutes Land Trust. If you attended either of those workshops, please consider signing up for one (or more) of my Nature Journaling workshops this summer.

My other summer 2015 Nature Journaling Workshops: 

June 6, 2015: Nature Journaling, Indian Ford Meadow Preserve with Katie Eberhart and Carol Wall

July 25, 2015: Nature Journaling, Metolius Preserve with Katie Eberhart

Related posts 

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

Deschutes Land Trust blog:
Writing Personal Field Notes at Land Trust Preserves
A Hike through Whychus Canyon Preserve–Earth Day 2013

 

Abandoning Chronology – a guest blog at 49 Writers

Matanuska River Overlook

Matanuska River Overlook

Abandoning Chronology, was posted April 23, 2014 at 49 Writers. In this mini-essay, I explore some effects and possibilities of wind, both real and imagined.

My other blog posts at 49 Writers during April 2014:

1. Deleted Morsels
2. Digressive Travel
3. Common Life

 

‘Unbound: Alaska Poems’

Unbound: Alaska Poems by Katie Eberhart

Unbound: Alaska Poems by Katie Eberhart and published by Uttered Chaos Press can be ordered from the publisher or at Amazon.com and is in available at some independent bookstores, including: 

Dudley’s Bookshop Cafe, Bend, Oregon
Parnassus Books, Ketchikan, Alaska

Fireside Books, Palmer, Alaska

In Unbound: Alaska Poems, the poems evoke places and historic moments such as the evidence left behind by former residents of the (Matanuska) Colony house we lived in for twenty-eight years as well as nature and seasons, hot springs, berry picking, root vegetables, ravens, and the magically technological room at the Museum of the North in Fairbanks that is called The Place Where You Go To Listen.

Is Nature Enough? and Still Life With Vegetables, two poems in Unbound: Alaska Poems appeared first, and can be read online, in the Elohi Gadugi Journal.

Other poems have appeared in Cirque JournalSand Journal (Berlin), and the Palmer (Alaska) Arts Council’s 2010 Anthology, Voices Between Mountains. Water Tower Tales was the featured poem at the Palmer Arts Council’s annual meeting in 2011.

More about the process of publishing Unbound: Alaska Poems on my Nature & Literature blog:  The Long Road to a Poetry Chapbook.