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May 15 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Writing and nature are two power-packed resources. Together they create a scientifically supported health regimen that can improve physical and emotional well-being. Having a conversation with nature simply involves careful listening with all senses alert and engaged. Participants take note of sights and sounds that intrigue and inspire deep reflection about experiences, thoughts, and feelings. And that’s how the writing begins. Join Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy’s Nancy Morgan as we wander on and off the path at Morven Park as impulse guides us, using the writing of naturalists like Henry David Thoreau and Robin Wall Kimmerer as stepping stones as we search for clues that bring meaning to our lives. Feel free to bring a favorite nature poem or quote to share with the group to help us get to know you and what nature – and writing – mean to you. Small writing notebooks will be provided. Dress comfortably for the outdoors. Directions to the Gatehouse. Registration required.
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