Nature Walks For Mental Health

Wednesday, May 22, 2024
1:30 pm - 2:15 pm

These 45-minute guided nature walks are held bimonthly at the Environmental Interpretive Center (EIC). These walks are great opportunities to meet new people, escape stress, and improve environmental wellness.

Each stroll is led by EIC Naturalist Dalia Rabbah, who will point out and explain any interesting wildlife and natural phenomena that we come across along the way. In addition to this, a Mental Health and Wellness Peer Educator from Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) will also attend each session to host brief guided meditations and mental health check-ins. 

These walks are open to students, staff, faculty, and community members. Attendees will be entered into a swag raffle for every walk that they complete during the Summer semester, and will have the opportunity to win prizes like bottles of EIC maple syrup, high quality mugs, water bottles, tote bags, candles, and so much more during the final walk & celebration!

Location: Meet at the Environmental Interpretive Center (EIC)

Dates & Times: 1:30pm-2:15pm on the First & Third Wednesday of every month until the end of the semester. RSVP Here!

May 22nd

June 5th & 19th (Juneteenth Walk)

July 17th

August 7th (Final Walk & Celebration)

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