Three Views of Our Landscape with Kenneth Melia
March 19, April 23, May 21
Patterns of opening, expansion, pollination, metamorphosis are happening right in front of us. We will combine a very close observation of the details with a larger perspective of the structure and pattern of the whole organism and even how it is a part of a distinct ecosystem.
Because weather will influence our activities, the theme and site for each event will be based on what is most interesting and dynamic on that particular day. We will visit three sites in all. There will be a combination of individual and group activities.
Kenneth Melia has worked for forty years as a natural science teacher and outdoor educator with high school students and adults in four countries. He lives at the Fellowship Community.
Admission is free, registration is required. Contact Melissa Lyons at 845-519-5386 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note, space is limited.