I know this month’s topic of mushrooms, lichen, and moss is not going to sound appealing to many of you at first glance. But, I encourage you to give it a try by reading each week’s challenge, covering the material as assigned in the Handbook of Nature Study, and then keeping your eyes open for your nature study opportunities. You can further generate some interest in the topic by gathering any resources you have and picking up a book or two at the library. I encourage everyone to participate as much as possible and if you find you need to switch to another topic that presents itself during the month of March…by all means, go with the interest.
Spring will be here in a few weeks and the mood for nature study will change along with it.
Make sure to download, save, and/or print the newsletter for future reference when you may come across a mushroom or some lichen or moss.
Contents of this edition of the newsletter include:
- Articles to inspire and encourage you in your nature study
- Book recommendations for this month’s study
- March Study Grid and Bookmark – printables for you to use with your nature journal
- Mushroom coloring pages
- Show and Tell from OHC Participants
- Recommended study links
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