Due to recent flooding, the entire park has been closed. The rains are a welcome sight for this wetlands - and therefore for us.
Join us in a mindful exploration of the wetlands of Tennant Lake County Park outside of Ferndale.
We’ll gather at 10 am by the Tenant Lake house (next to the parking area) to begin a slow silent walk on the boardwalk.
Stops for sitting meditation and a simple Wilderness Dharma ritual will be included as we take our time immersing ourselves in the rich wetlands ecosystem. This walk is accessible, flat, and about a mile in length.
Please bring a picnic lunch for some social time after our walk.
Led by Reizan Bob Penny, who was formerly a naturalist and educator at Tennant Lake.
Registration: Please register so we have an idea of how many are coming.
Costs: In the spirit of generosity, we offer this event free of charge so that all who wish may attend. We also invite generosity on the part of participants (who are able) by making a donation to Red Cedar Zen Community to cover our organizational expenses in making this event possible. You can do so as part of your registration.
In that same spirit, the teachers/leaders are freely giving their time in organizing and leading this event. If you feel moved to, you may express your gratitude with a donation to the teacher/leader on the Donate to a Teacher page.
More information: Please contact Wilderness Programs Coordinator Bob Penny at firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-927-5702 with questions and see our Wilderness Dharma Program webpage for an overview of this program.
Red Cedar Zen Community is a 501(c) non-profit organization.