Nature has much to teach us. It is one thing to learn about the feeding habits of wading birds; it is another to see how those feeding habits might inform our own lives. Buried within the destruction and rebirth that accompanies fire, or within the play of the moon and sun on the tides, there are design principles waiting to be revealed, quietly inviting those who are still enough to listen to learn how to live more resilient, harmonious lives. Join educator and guide Chris Morales in this first of a series of day-long of workshops that will expose you to different parts of the Seashore while deepening your relationship to Place and Self. This November, we unearth the lessons embedded within the Fall season as we explore the coastal chaparral, riparian, and estuarine ecosystems along the Estero Trail, eventually landing near Home Bay and Drakes Estero. Our time together will include group time - hiking and exploring natural history - and solo time, investigating the design principles we unearth and reflecting on how to integrate these into our lives. This workshop will benefit nature lovers and explorers of all levels – those seeking an introduction to Pt. Reyes National Seashore as well as those wishing to deepen their relationship to Nature.
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-We will be meeting at Abbott's Lagoon Parking lot located off Pierce Point Rd, GPS available upon registration
- Please arrive 10-15 minutes early to check in
- Refunds available for all classes 7 days in advance of the start date.
- Please follow the parking instructions for the facility used that day
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- Registration is required online prior to the event in order to maintain class sizes
- Sales end 48 hours before the start date.
What to Bring:
Warm Variable Weather Clothing
Notebook and Pen/Field Journal
Eventbrite Confirmation Email
About the PRNSA Field Institute:
The PRNSA Field Institute offers hands-on environmental education classes throughout the year that foster enjoyment of Point Reyes National Seashore. Our classes are led by expert instructors, who take you out of your everyday life and into the natural world. We host a variety of classes about the arts and sciences and have something for everyone. You can reach the Field Institute at (415) 663-1200 x307 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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