It was a wild two days in Saguaro National Park West. This past Friday and Saturday “Sewing Spots Together” represented the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum’s Art Institute at this year’s BioBlitz, where citizen scientists joined professional biologists to take a speedy inventory of the biodiversity of our local national park. Thanks to Ranger Jamie Trevillian the arts at the event (including our jag) were a huge success
But, thanks to my son, Zane Johnson, kids were able to use his awesome, hand-drawn templates to make it easier.
On a calmer and saner day two, we invited folks of all ages and literary levels to add their original poetry, prose, and drawings to another BioBlitz panel. I will leave you all with the results, as they speak for themselves and for life in all its forms: