Five Reasons to Keep a Nature Journal

Emma Swann

I think my favourite practice from the training in becoming a Forest Therapy Guide was keeping a nature journal. It was such a fresh, fun and engaging way to learn about the natural world and quickly improved my observational skills, curiosity and knowledge. Here are some of the reasons I am such a fan of keeping a nature journal:

If this has piqued your interest in keeping a nature journal, fantastic!

There are so many resources out there to give you ideas and help you on your way.

John Muir Laws is a passionate advocate of nature journals, and has engaging videos on youtube chock full of practical ideas and tips. You can watch him here.

Paula Peeters also has a great free- ebook with ideas on how to get started with a nature journal, which you can download here

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