June 24-27, 2019
9am to 3pm (Mon-Thurs)
Tracking is more than just footprints; it is the study of movement in nature and involves cultivating a keen awareness of our environment. Students are encouraged to become still and calm and use all of their senses.
Each class includes movement, games, observation, and exploration in nature. Students learn to read the signs of nature like words on the page of a book. Throughout the week, students visit three different ecosystems near The Mt. Adams Institute campus and learn about when, how, and why animals are moving around. Students will start to understand the relationships between animals and their environment and the web of life that surrounds them.
Monday: Thinking Like a Herd Animal
Tuesday: Thinking Like a Predator
Wednesday: Thinking Like a Bird
Thursday: Thinking Like a Ground Dweller
Dates: Monday, June 24- Thursday, June 27, 2019
Time: 9 am - 3 pm
Activities: Animal tracking, games, predator-prey relationships, food webs, and adventuring
Location: Forest Campus, Mt. Adams Institute, Trout Lake, WA
Cost: $300 per student plus fee for optional transportation.
Optional Shuttle: There is optional transportation for students from Hood River, OR and Bingen, WA for an additional fee. The payment for the optional shuttle is $12.50/day or $50/week per student.
Dave Martin, owner and founder of Trinity Natural Medicine, is a board-certified herbalist and Licensed Acupuncturist. An avid hunter and tracker, Dave loves working with young people to share his skills and knowledge.