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A Year in Nature

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.”

2018-10-26T07:04:42+00:00Apr 4, 2017|Categories: News|Tags: , |

AIFF 2017 – Why She Went to the Woods: Earth Seasoned #GapYear

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.

2018-10-26T07:04:42+00:00Apr 4, 2017|Categories: News|Tags: , |

Outdoor Preschool Aims to Let Children Learn From Nature

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.

2018-10-26T07:04:44+00:00Jan 20, 2017|Categories: News|

5 Women: 4 Seasons Documentary

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

2018-10-26T07:04:45+00:00Jun 21, 2015|Categories: News|
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