MAZAMA “Nature in Art and Science: A Field Journaling Naturalist Workshop” is planned May 24-27 at North Cascades Basecamp, 255 Lost River Road.
Instruct-ors Hannah Hinchman and Bruce Thompson will lead the workshop, which is an integration of observation, personal reflection and field interpreta-tion.
“A field journal is an ideal way to record moments of discovery, as well as a quiet way of simply being present outdoors,” the Basecamp said.
Hinchman is an artist, writer and naturalist. She has been teaching field journal workshops across the country for 25 years.
She has written several books, which are used in several environmental studies programs.
Thompson has worked as a natural science education specialist throughout the Intermountain West for nearly 30 years.
His work has included field and indoor programs for youth and adult, educator workshops, program design and curriculum development, and education research.
He has also written science curriculum and “Looking at the Wolf.”
The event includes three days of instruction, daily outings, evening presentations, lodging and nine meals made with local and organic ingredients.
The workshop is limited to 15 participants. A fee is charged.