John Muir Observer Journal
John Muir was a constant observer, and he recorded his observations in one of his countless journals. The John Muir Observer Journal is a collaboration between the John Muir Center and ForestChoice designed to get you to observe the world around you like John Muir did. Each journal features 16 pages filled with drawings, notes and writings from John Muir’s personal records, along with 144 blank pages so you can record your own observations.
A portion of the proceeds from each journal will be donated to the John Muir Center and their effort to promote the study of John Muir’s work.
History | Library and Information Science
Wurtz, M. J.,
John Muir Center.,
John Muir Observer Journal.
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