May 2013 Newsletter
Coyote Trails School of Nature
2931 South Pacific Highway
Medford, Oregon 97501
Summer Day Camps in Southern Oregon!
Stone Bowls & the Art of Rock Pecking
Instructor Sam Forti has prepared a story for you (with videos too!), all about how to create a stone bowl by rock pecking. What's rock pecking? -- Visit the full blog to find out. This technique can be used to create many different tools, from stone bowls to bow drill handholds, from oil lamps to axes. Enjoy!
Gray Grant at work in the schools
Coyote Trails is finishing up the five-month "Finding Home" program run with funding from the Gray Family Foundation. We have been working with inspiring students in four different Title I schools in the Medford and Phoenix area. These programs are run with no cost to the schools and emphasize science and art standards.
To view the full story, click here!
"It's like this tiny world is just happening! Right over there!! Look!"
Online School Store open -- the Coyote Den!
Visit the online Coyote Den to purchase Field guides, clothing, camping gear, Coyote Coffee to name a few. Looking for a present but don't know just what to get? We have gift certificates available that can even be used to attend one of our traditional living skills classes! CELEBRATE BIRTHDAYS, GRADUATIONS, AND END-OF-THE-SCHOOL-YEAR TRANSITIONS BY GIVING SOMEONE YOU LOVE (yes, even yourself!) THE GIFT THAT WILL LAST A LIFETIME -- the experience of learning outdoors, asking questions, and connecting to nature and self.
Below are links to the special areas of our web site:.