One of the goals of Circle of Trees is for participants to engage directly with trees and the web of life, thus the culminating workshop is designed to be a shared experience in nature, in a nearby natural area or park. Consult with the director of religious education for all necessary arrangements for a field trip. The timing of the workshop does not include travel time, so factor that into your plans.
Internet access and the availability of a laptop can enrich many of the workshops, which include links to online videos, music, and websites.
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Last updated on Wednesday, July 3, 2013.
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