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Nature Immersion

Duration:
2 Hours
Transport:
Shuttle Van
Tour Type:
Nature Immersion
Group size:
6 Maximum
Activity Level:
2. Easy Active
Skill Level:
1. Beginner

$60

Discount:
  • September 4, 2021
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Schedule

9:00am Shuttle van departs Recreation Northwest office 1126 N Forest St, Bellingham, WA 98225 https://g.page/RecreationNorthwest?share

9:15am Nature Immersion starts at Woodstock Farm

11AM Return Shuttle to Recreation Northwest office

Your Experience

Beach Creek Fauna Flora Forest
Shuttle Walking

Special offer

Description

This guided walking nature immersion experience will teach you how to connect to nature, reconnect with ourselves and our place in the community. Learn how to use your five senses while in nature to improve your health. We will set intentions, periodically stop and soak up the environment, learn about native plants, and how to incorporate what you learn into each day.

This course takes place at Woodstock Farm.  Parking is very limited at the farm, we offer a free round trip shuttle service departing from our Recreation Northwest office downtown Bellingham 30 minutes prior to this course.  Riding a bike to Woodstock Farm is an excellent option to the shuttle. 

We as an organization are adhering to the latest scientific data and safety measures regarding Covid-19 in alignment with the local health department. During trips in our shuttle van, we will be wearing masks, distancing where guests sit, sanitizing and airing out the van between trips. With all this in mind, we acknowledge the benefits of getting outside in nature with respect to mental health.

Your Guide

Elizabeth Nelson

As Parkscriptions Program Director, Elizabeth Nelson brings passion for community health by promoting the positive connection and health benefits of time spent in nature. She has a broad range of experience in running her own business, nonprofit and government organizations. Her program management, graphic design and marketing skills combined with her background in community health bring a unique perspective to her work. She enjoys hiking, running, playing soccer, and exploring new trails with her two daughters.