Nature Journaling with Dorothy Steinicke - Zoom/Online

May 16, 2021 2:30pm-4pm

The Sunflower Family is big and (relatively) new evolved and differs from
other flowers in many ways. Last month we examined the structure of more typical flowers. This month we will look at the more complicated structure of members of the sunflower family that includes dandelions, thistles, daisies and many, many more species. You don’t need any botanical skill or knowledge to participate. Just come with a flower from this massive family, pencil and paper (colored pencils are helpful) and a magnifying glass and we will explore the complex workings together.

A lifelong lover of the outdoors, Dorothy Steinicke has more than twenty
years experience encouraging people to a love of the natural world. She
leads hikes for children and for adults in Topanga Canyon, Ballona
Wetlands, and Dockweiler State Beach.

Contact Dorothy Steinicke for registration and zoom link.



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