Thursday, February 24, 2011

'Wilderness School' programs begin in April

Two Coyotes Wilderness School, a nature mentoring organization, will offer two wilderness leadership program for teens at Sleeping Giant State Park and at surrounding nature preserves.

Beginning in April, Two Coyotes Wilderness School will be providing two overnight wilderness survival program: Wilderness Boys and Wilderness Girls, according to a statement.

"The programs take teens out of the context of teens’ daily lives and drop them into nature. Away from cell phones, Facebook, and modern convenience, the teens learn wilderness skills and experiences challenges that become opportunities for them to learn about who they are and what is their relationship to the natural world," the statement said.

Activities include harvesting wild edible plants to prepare a wild gourmet feast, making herbal medicines, making fire by rubbing sticks togethe

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Two Coyotes is a nonprofit 501©(3) organization dedicated to raising healthy whole children through building self awareness, community, and connecting people to their local environment, the statement said.

Two Coyotes staff have been providing programming for 10 years, the statement said.

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