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Dig It! Magazine Botanical Journaling Workshops
       
Website www.dig-itmag.com
Year Established 2003
Program Description Outdoor workshop devoted to increasing observational skills, interpreting & describing nature, field guide research. Tips on using photography to document writing and accompany articles.
Number of Programs/Year 10
Program Length 4.5 hours
Group Size or S:T Ratio 10 max
Program Focus Fiction, Journalism, Nature, Non-fiction, Autobiography/Memoir, Poetry, Travel
Faculty Writer/editor Mary Jasch (Best Hikes with Dogs-New Jersey), BS in Natural Resources Management, publisher of DIG IT! Magazine. Lance Casper, woodsman/photographer
Costs $35 per person
U.S. Locations Sacramento, Mendocino County, California
Connecticut
New Jersey
New York
Eastern, Pennsylvania
Months Year round
Sponsor's Calendar Link www.dig-itmag.com/features/pleasures_story/309_0_7_0_M/
Contact Mary Jasch
Editor/Writer/Publisher
DIG IT! Magazine
PO Box 527
Augusta, NJ 07822
United States
E-Mail: mary@dig-itmag.com

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