Coyote Trails is celebrating its 4th year in the top ten of Oregon Business’ Best Green Workplaces since 2015. We were #7 this year and have ranked as high as #2! Read more: The
Five young women spent a year in a log hootch in the woods of the Cascade foothills, east of Ashland, an epic challenge designed to enrich self-confidence and connection with nature, as well as the heart of a just-released film called “Earth Seasoned: #Gap Year.”
In Earth Seasoned…#GapYear, director Molly Kreuzman gives an up-close and detailed look at the year-long journey of five women into the Oregon Cascade Mountains. Their epic trip was part of the Coyote Trails Caretaker Program, a unique program that gives youth and young adults access to a private campsite and knowledgeable instructors while they live out multiple seasons in the woods.
At Coyote Trails' new outdoor preschool, children ages 3 to 5 will spend three hours, three days a week exploring flora and fauna, experiencing the elements and roaming the landscape that surrounds the Medford nature center.
By Julie Gillis, The Rogue Valley Messenger, December 1, 2016 There is an episode of the popular TV sitcom Parks and Recreation in which social media genius Tom Haverford texts while driving and has his smartphone
Rogue Valley Messenger Event Foxes learn the hand drill. Now preschool children in our area have an opportunity to enjoy a deeper connection to nature while developing the skills of exploration, expression, questioning
Medford, Ore. — A new preschool is coming to the Rogue Valley, with a twist! Coyote Trails Nature Center in Medford has run programs for kids for about fourteen years, but now decided to add
By Caitlin Fowlkes for the Mail Tribune, June 21, 2016. Oregon Business magazine has named The Coyote Trails School of Nature in Medford No. 2 on its list of "100 Best Green Workplaces in Oregon."
Imagine, if you will, voluntarily spending a year in the woods, living only in the shelter you and a few others build, warming yourself with fire only you build with no matches and using only
By John Darling for the Mail Tribune Volunteers will build the project at U.S. Cellular Community Park Overflowing with a gaggle of grants, Coyote Trails Nature Center in Medford will break ground today on an