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Nature Journaling in the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument

This engaging workshop will not only enhance your artistic skills but also deepen your connection with the natural world. Through guided exercises, you’ll learn to observe and capture the beauty of nature with precision and creativity. Journaling alongside your drawings fosters mindfulness, boosts memory, and enriches your appreciation of the environment. Whether you’re a seasoned artist or a curious beginner, this session offers a perfect blend of relaxation and education. Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with nature in a meaningful and creative way!

Isabel Jalamov is a recent graduate of SOU’s M.S. Environmental Education program, currently serving as an AmeriCorps member focused on outdoor education at Ruch Outdoor Community School. Originally from central Ohio, she discovered her deep affinity for the Rogue Valley during her graduate studies. She previously served as a student board member for the Friends of the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument and now serves as the secretary, continuing to dedicate herself to the organization’s mission. Isabel is eager to share her love for mindfulness and connection with nature and community.

We will meet at 9:00 AM at the Rite Aid in Ashland and make our way into the Monument from there. Carpooling is optional.

Date & Time:

July 11, 2024 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm



Rite Aid

2341 Ashland St
Ashland, 97520

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