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December 2014 Newsletter

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 you the best during the holidays and throughout the new year! Kitchen ConfidentialSteve Cossin, CT

Dec 23, 2014|Categories: Newsletter Archive|

September 2014 Newsletter

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, and awareness in an experiential, hands-on way for a series of 8 classes and one

Sep 30, 2014|Categories: Newsletter Archive|

March 2014 Newsletter

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 for truly meaningful reasons: to survive, to provide for my community, and for a purpose

Mar 31, 2014|Categories: Newsletter Archive|
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