Welcome to the blog hop Day 4!!
Today is a special treat for all you school and children’s gardeners out there! Let me introduce you to Rob Terry of the blog and actual garden, The Garden at Oswegatchie School!
Rob and his wife Cynthia, the school’s librarian, run a really fantastic school garden program that incorporates their loves of the arts, gardening, and reading!!! A perfect combo I’d say!!
Rob and Cynthia were also participants in Draw Yourself Back to nature and the started implementing their learning from the eCourse into their school garden program almost immediately! Superb right? I know!!! I was super impressed too and very excited to see the ways they adapted the lessons to fit the needs of their school and students!
Rob is a designer by morning and school gardener by afternoon. He wanted to grow his skills as a painter of nature’s wonders, and discover new ways to use the creative nature connection in the school garden and to enhance the lives of the students, so Draw Yourself Back to Nature and Connecting with Color really fit his goals perfectly!
Hop over to The Garden at Oswegatchie School blog now and discover new ways you can use the arts and nature journaling to connect yourself and the children in your lives to nature in deeper ways!
Do you incorporate the arts into your outdoor experiences?
Share the ways you creatively connect with nature in the comments here or on Rob’s blog to be entered to win!
Seeds to Sprout:
The self paced version of Draw Yourself Back to Nature is $45
The self paced Connecting with Color eCourse is $27
Get the bundle of the 2 courses for $67! So cheap for so much great information and a super excuse to make time for art and nature!!
& Comment to win……
Admission to the Connecting with Color eCourse will be awarded to a randomly drawn commenter to a question posed in Friday’s final Blog Hop post
Access to the Draw Yourself Back to Nature and Connecting with Color eCourse Bundle will be awarded to a person who comments on every post in the Blog Hop! I will look at the comments, and out of the people who comment on every post I will draw one lucky winner (or really random.org will draw one).
Winners will be announced in the Tuesday 6/30 blog post.