Partnership Programs

Rogue Valley School Groups

Don't want to read the entire Comprehensive Evaluation of the "Finding Home" Program, Year Four  to tell how well our programming was received by Rogue Valley students and teachers? Then check out the highlights from our report

If you're into reading the entire report, click here. We'd like to give a HUGE shout-out to the funders of this program -- the Gray Family Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation. None of this would be possible without their continued support. 

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Coyote Trails staff instruct students and teachers in hands-on, traditional skills to teach math, science, English, history, art, and PE. These skills include basics of tracking, wilderness shelters, fire by friction, and awareness/observation skills. 

  • Walker Elementary
  • Hedrick Middle School
  • Willow Wind
  • Head Start
  • Water's Edge Community
  • Southern Oregon Homeschoolers
  • Oak Grove Elementary
  • Jackson Elementary
  • Wilson Elementary
  • Orchard Hill Elementary
  • Phoenix Elementary
  • Talent Elementary
  • Jewett Elementary
  • Talent Middle School
  • Outdoor Discovery Program

To browse our archived Instructional Plans that show how our programs have met standards and objectives in local public and private schools (K-12), contact us at 541.772.1390 or visit the Coyote Trails Nature Center

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Science Works Museum

Science Works Hands on Museum mission is: "To inspire wonder and stimulate creative exploration through fun interactive science and the arts." Coyote Trails has partnered with the Museum since 2008 by offering day camps and the "Science of Tracking" lecture series. 

ScienceWorks is home to nearly 100 interactive exhibits that encourage children and adults to learn about more about various scientific principles. The museum currently uses 10,000 of an available 20,000 square feet of exhibit space, allowing for the possibility of future expansion within the existing museum building. The majority of exhibits have been built in-house in a state-of-the-art fabrication studio.

 

North Mountain Park, Ashland Oregon

North Mountain Park, located next to Bear Creek in beautiful Ashland Oregon, encompasses a Nature Center, Demonstration Gardens, playing fields and several acres of wildlife-friendly open space and trails. The mission of the Nature Center, which is part of the Ashland Parks & Recreation Department, is "to promote greater community awareness, understanding and enjoyment of the local natural environment, and to foster stewardship through educational programs and activities."

Please visit their web site: http://www.ashland.or.us/Page.asp?NavID=12886

Willow Wind Community Learning Center

Coyote Trails School of Nature has been partnered with Willow Wind since 2008.
Student ages range from 9-12 years old. The Coyote Naturalist curriculum cultivates our sense of place and fosters awareness and relationship to ourselves, each other and the outdoors through deep, experiential sensory exercises, animal tracking, bird language and weather observation, plant and tree study, seasonal mapping, fundamental survival skills and lots of games, discoveries and adventure!

Willow Wind is a K-12 public alternative program sponsored by the Ashland School District. The mission of the Willow Wind CLC is to support the educational vision of families in a multi-age environment. The program provides classes, tutorials, curriculum resources and support designed to support the diverse educational philosophies embraced by the families enrolled, while supporting the state and federal education standards. Class offerings are created each semester and may cover subjects such as history, math, science, language arts, music, drama, physical education, art, gardening and second language.

 

Visit their site: http://www.ashland.k12.or.us/SectionIndex.asp?SectionID=49