Coyote Trails Newsletter

//April 2013 Newsletter

April 2013 Newsletter

2018-10-26T07:04:50+00:00Jun 13, 2013|Categories: Newsletter Archive|

hand drill

Experience the Initial Journey of Hand Drill

CTSN Instructor Morgan Mansker has weaved together a story, laced with helpful tips on how to Hand Drill, the earliest form of fire-by-friction. Crafted to take the reader on a creative journey, he poses questions of “what-if?” and “how?” as if you were the first person to invent the tool of hand-drill.

The More, the Merrier – Discounts Available

Here at Coyote Trails School of Nature, we’re happy to offer our supportive community some discounts! Here’s what we’ve got to offer, for any upcoming Day Classes.

  • If you have 3 or more immediate family members attending the same day class, receive 20% off total tuition.
  • If you bring a group of 7 or more to the same day class, receive 20% off each person’s tuition.

Lending Library

Lending Library – yeah, it’s free!

Did you know you can borrow any book from the Coyote Trails Lending Library, for free? I know, I know, it may be hard to believe, but it’s true. We believe that education should be readily available for anyone who wants it. Visit the Coyote Trails Nature Center, any weekday from 11am-4pm. It’s as simple as filling out a check-out form. No strings attached. WHY NOT claim your education?!

Wilderness First Aid, coming right up!

Wilderness Medical InstituteFast paced and hands-on, this two-day course covers a wide range of wilderness medicine topics for people who travel in the outdoors. Whether spending time in the backcountry is your passion or your profession, you should never have to ask, “What do I do now?” In this course, you’ll learn how to prepare for the unexpected.

In just two days, you will have the knowledge, skills and ability to make sound decisions in emergency situations. This course is ideal for trip leaders, camp staff, outdoor enthusiasts and individuals in remote locations. WMI’s course is pre-approved by such organizations as the ACA, the USFS, and other governmental agencies.