Coyote Trails School of Nature is a public non-profit organization dedicated to teaching primitive living skills and nature awareness. They host day classes, kids day camps, and week-long summer classes for all ages. Coyote Trails recently became stewards of the Jefferson Nature Center, where they host classes and curate a small natural history museum. For more information, please visit www.coyotetrails.org.
Next Class: How to? Flint Knapp.
On June 2, 2012, from 11am-1pm, costs $30, learn how to chip your own cutting tool. This class will be located at Coyote Trails’ Jefferson Nature Center at 2931 S Pacific Hwy, Medford, OR. Arrowheads, knives, axes and more! If you have ever wanted to chip your own cutting tool, this is your chance. The course will teach you how to effectively read “rock percussions” so that the rock will break just the way you want it to. Learn with the expert Coyote Trails instructors and re-discover this ancient art! Open to ages 10+. Please pre-register and dress accordingly to be outside.
Contacting Coyote Trails School of Nature:
Call them at 541-282-8577
Visit them online at www.CoyoteTrails.org