CTSN has transitioned from a youth and family school to one with a stronger focus upon adult educational programs.
An update on the Coyote Trails evolution in education and directional changes.
“LIKE” Us and Become Part of Film History Believe it or not … you have the power, with a simple touch of a button, to help us make this important documentary film! For those of
As the winter solstice approaches, we gather energy for the spring. Here we tell you about two Coyote Trails projects with very different goals which we hope will yield benefits long into the future.We wish
Happy Thanksgiving - we are grateful for the past ten years in service and to you our supporters!
Audubon Society Funds CT Program Rogue Valley Audubon Society (RVAS) recently approved a proposal to fund items for our “Finding Home Program,” in which we go to local Title-I schools to teach outdoor education, skills,
The Salt of Life Instructor Dave Remmen recently finished his primitive long-term shelter at our wilderness campus in Ashland, OR. "For perhaps the first time in my life, I was channeling that masculine energy
NATURE PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST All entries must be submitted by March 1st, 2014 by 11:59:59 PM. Submissions must include a digital ".jpg" photo file (at least 640x480 pixels), photographer's name, phone, email, birth-date, and address. Only
Student-to-Student Scholarship Fund Seasons greetings! This month we initiated the Student-to-Student Scholarship Fund. This fund directly helps future students attend CTSN classes. THANK YOU for shaing in the Coyote Trails journey and teachings. It is
What's goin' on?! GLAD YOU ASKED, Instructor Steve Cossin wants to give you some updates on the Coyote Trails Nature Center. AND/OR you could come on down and see for yourself how much has changed in