Introduction to Nature Journaling Workshop


Introduction to Nature Journaling Workshop

September 19 2023

Can you identify the species of birds found in your backyard? The types of trees in your local park? The daily activities of the family of foxes down the road?

Nature journaling is an incredible practice that helps connect us to the outdoors and offers a better understanding of the world we live in.

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This type of journaling involves immersing oneself in nature, practising quiet observation and encourages curiosity of the plants, animals and landscapes all around us.

Join CPAWS Manitoba for a nature journaling workshop to introduce you to the creative mindfulness practice.

In this workshop held outdoors at Assiniboine Park, you’ll learn tips, techniques and interactive activities to get you started on your own nature journaling journey.

Note: This is not an art workshop and no artistic talent is required. Perfect for beginners and outdoor enthusiasts of all ages!


Please bring:

  • A pen or pencil
  • A journal (any type or kind!)
  • A chair or blanket for sitting

If you are unable to bring a journal, we will have supplies for you!

–Detailed location information, directions and supplies needed will be sent by email after registering–


About the CPAWS Manitoba Nature Club

CPAWS Manitoba’s Nature Club is designed to help Manitobans get outside, make new friends and learn about the wonders of nature.

We’ve developed a wide range of programming and activities to help Manitobans of all ages and abilities enjoy the health and wellness benefits of nature.

Find out more at our website – www.cpawsmb.org – and be sure to subscribe to our newsletter and follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter so you don’t miss out on upcoming events.


Safety Protocols

CPAWS Manitoba takes the safety of all program participants seriously.

All CPAWS Manitoba staff members have cleared a criminal record and vulnerable sector background check with the Winnipeg Police Department.

CPAWS policy requires that at least one person leading programming that may involve children must be certified in first aid. This applies to staff or to volunteers.


–This programming was made possible thanks to the generous support of The Winnipeg Foundation, The Conservation Trust, the Government of Manitoba, and TD Friends of the Environment fund.–

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