A few years ago, we kept phenology wheels that combined the natural world with the liturgical seasons and festivals. Rose and I have decided to each keep one again for this year.
The larger section for each month is where we will record the natural world, the smaller section is for the festivals; January’s being Epiphany. (We both chose Epiphany to record.)
There really are so many different ways to keep a nature journal!
14 thoughts on “Our Phenology Wheels”
What a beautiful idea and combination. I love it. 🙂
Hello! Do you have some suggestions for resources that you might use for the liturgical seasons and festivals? Our (Protestant Nondenominational) church celebrates the main celebrations (Christmas, Easter, Pentecost, Ascension Day, etc) but I’m curious about learning more about the seasons. Thanks so much!
Good morning, Heidi!
I have a lot of different books, tbh, but these might be a friendly place to begin:
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