Simcoe, ON, June 8, 2019 - Join the Long Point Basin Land Trust for a free event
on Saturday, June 8th at Trout Creek Nature Reserve.
There's no place like a forest to bring you a feeling of peace and connection with
the living world of nature. The emotional, mental and physical benefits of being
immersed in nature are now widely recognized, with new studies happening often.
We will explore these benefits while exploring the beautiful forest, engaging in
conversation, quiet moments of contemplation, an introduction to meditation, and
Forest walks are a great way to get to know the many species of trees that exist
here in Norfolk county. The interaction of different tree species is not only interesting
but can also help us to see our own lives from a new perspective.
Tommy is a practitioner of the art of Zen, and he brings a holistic sensibility
to everything he does. Join us in feeling the gentle power of the spirit of the
What: Bathing in a Forest?
When: Saturday, June 8th, 2019 from 10am – 1pm
Where: Trout Creek Nature Reserve located on Yuell Road, north of McDowell
Road East and Charlotteville Road 10.
Cost: The event is free, however registration is requested. Please visit
bathinginaforest.eventbrite.ca for information and registration. Donations are always
About Long Point Basin Land Trust
Long Point Basin Land Trust, a charitable non-government organization, was founded
in 1996 with a mission to protect and restore functioning ecosystems in the central
Carolinian Region. This is accomplished through land ownership, land management
and nature stewardship. LPBLT currently protects ten nature reserves, totalling
671 acres, which provide opportunities for people to connect with nature through
hands-on outdoor experiences. For more information, visit www.longpointlandtrust.ca