Hello to the Coyote Trails Family,

I would like to share an update on the Coyote Trails evolution in education and directional changes.

Following 16+ years in the field of education with a successful award-winning documentary film “Earth Seasoned… #GapYear,” and recognized Nature Center, it is time to take a break from the fast-paced world of programming and non-stop summer classes. Having reached over 20,000 students, it is our sincere hope that all who have joined us have shared and spread that which has inspired them and in turn, assisted countless others onto the trail of deep exploration. It is so good to see so many reaching out and teaching these skills of tracking, awareness, earth living concepts and primitive tool making, all of which has been passed down from countless generations of Grandmothers and Grandfathers.

With the approach of Summer 2018, our focus is upon our own deep training and taking the time to give back to Pete Cotton and the land that has sustained us these previous 16 years with countless programs and students.

Please check out our 10-day Caretaking opportunity in main camp this coming July (Course Schedule and Registration) and join us for a portion or the entire time and help us give back to the land at Earth Teach!

As we move forward, please keep an eye out for:

  • 10 Day Fox Trail & Bear Trail Hybrid Classes, 2019
  • Adult Deep Wilderness Training Sessions, North America, 2019
  • Caretaker-Hybrid with a focus on Deep Wilderness Training & the Urban Interface, 2020
  • Accredited Teacher Training Certification

Have a Safe and Prosperous Summer and Beyond,

Joe Kreuzman,
Director & Founder of Coyote Trails School of Nature