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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 you who don’t know, we are six months into filming 5 Women: 4 Seasons, all about this year’s Caretaker Program.

Why are we making a documentary you ask? Well, for the first time in Coyote Trails’ 10-year history, we had 5 courageous young women who chose to spend a year living primitively at our remote camp in the Oregon Cascade Mountains and will, we believe, emerge at the end of that year powerfully transformed! Here they are:

Filming began in earnest in September 2014 when the 5 young women arrived at our primitive camp on “the mountain.” With six months left of filming, questions are arising: Who will make it? What will happen to the women on their year-long journey? What lessons will be learned? What insights will be gained?

You might also ask, “Why in the world did these 5 women choose to spend a year living in the woods?” Join us on the journey as our documentary film 5 Women: 4 Seasons answers these questions .

Behind the camera, we are incredibly fortunate to have an Award Winning team, including Producer Molly Kreuzman; Director Michelle Alvarado of Wahoo Films; Consultant/Writer Jennifer Jordan; Executive Producer Kathy LeMay of Raising Change; Videographer Oneal Latimore; Transcription and Initial Editor Kelly Cassinerio; Social Media Coordinator Emily Borman; and Print Media Coordinator Audrey Kramm.

This is where YOU come in! We need you to “LIKE” our 5 Women 4 Seasons Facebook page. In fact, if you like what you see on our Facebook page, why not invite your friends to “LIKE” us too!?!!

By “liking” us on Facebook, you become a part of the incredible community that is coalescing around this film. Not only will you receive updates on how the young women are doing, but we’ll keep you updated on when our “Teespring” logo wear goes on sale and when Kickstarter campaign begins, which will make this dream a reality!

The Long Haul

Photo credit: Hayden Teachout