December 2013 Newsletter

//December 2013 Newsletter

December 2013 Newsletter

2018-10-26T07:04:49+00:00Dec 1, 2013|Categories: Newsletter Archive|
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 in this spirit we ask you to think about giving back. Your help makes it possible for us to carry onward.

Amanda and Kids inspecting nature

If you have not yet received one of these letters in the mail and would like to, just email us office@coyotetrails.org, or call 541.772.1390.

Speaking of Students…

Emma! She’s been an active member of the CTSN family since 2009. Right now she’s a senior in high school. She sent us a picture of her recent artwork. WHAT?!

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Grants Grants Grants:

We are very grateful to the following organizations for their generous support of our programs during 2013 – 2014:

  • Gray Family Foundation
  • Oregon Community Foundation
  • William and Florence Schneider Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation
  • Anna May Family Foundation
  • West Family Foundation
  • Pacific Power Blue Sky Program
  • Oregon Parks Foundation
  • Cow Creek Umpqua Tribe
  • Farnley Tyas Fund

We also wish to express gratitude for our partners here at the Coyote Trails Nature Center: Bear Creek Watershed Council, Bear Creek Watershed Education Partners, and Rogue Valley Audubon Society.

We would like to give a major shout out to our Board and Board president Steve McIntosh, who is stepping aside in 2014 following his 10 years of service.

Last, but not least, a big thanks to the huge number of volunteers who gave of their time and talents to make sure it all continues to come together!

Much Ado About Nature

Steve Cossin has an update for you. He’s been hard at work organizing projects around the Coyote Trails Nature Center, making it a more usable space for the public and sprucing up the building.

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Autumn on the Mountain

Up on the mountain, things have been changing with the seasons. Sean wanted to share what’s been going on up there lately, so check out the full story here.