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Outdoor Hour Challenge: Quick and Simple Evergreens

Winter Evergreen Mosaic

  • Take a short walk through your neighborhood and notice the evergreen trees and bushes that you have near your home. Use the December Newsletter suggestions from the Study Grid and the Printable Bookmark if you would like to some more direction to your nature study.
  • Allow time for a nature journal entry or use the notebook page from the December Newsletter to record anything you discovered or found interesting. You can also start a Year-Long Tree Study if you haven’t already. You can find a simple Seasonal Tree Study notebook page on my free downloads page.

Note: The December Newsletter is still available to subscribers of this blog. Please enter your email address in the box on my blog sidebar and you will receive the link in the footer of the next entry.

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2 thoughts on “Outdoor Hour Challenge: Quick and Simple Evergreens

  1. I love snow on the trees. Beautiful!

  2. Beautiful!

    As a former brussels sprout hater, I have to share with you a really delicious recipe (the only way I eat them):
    Toss sprouts with olive oil, garlic salt and rosemary. Spread single layer on a rimmed baking sheet and roast at 425 degrees until they shrink down and caramelize. Serve warm or at room temperature. This works well with any winter veggies: cauliflower, squash, turnips, beets, parsnips…

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