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Greetings to the Natural World by John Stokes and Kanawahienton (David Benedict) Mohawk version by Rokwaho (Dan Thompson) Illustrated by Kahionhes (John Fadden)
US $5
(see bulk discount)

We are pleased to offer the Thanksgiving Address: Greetings to the Natural World, in a pocket-size (4" x 5") edition. These traditional Native American words of thanksgiving come from the people of the Six Nations—the Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, Seneca and Tuscarora—also known as the Iroquois or Haudenosaunee, who live in upstate New York, Wisconsin and Canada. Spoken as a spiritual address to the powers of the natural world, these words are used to open gatherings in order to bring the minds of the people together as one and align the gathered minds with Nature. The roots of these words reach back thousands of years to the very origins of the Haudenosaunee as a people. The book presents the text in English and the original Mohawk.

Produced by The Tracking Project together with the Tree of Peace Society, the Six Nations Indian Museum and the Native Self-Sufficiency Center; proceeds are shared among these groups.

We currently have nine different language editions—English, German, Swedish, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish, Bisayan, French and Hawaiian. All are available in the U.S. for $5 (bulk discounts).

US $7.50
(see bulk discount)

We have reprinted our popular notecards in a new traditional card format. Now in a larger 5"x 7" size, each boxed set contains eight different illustrations from the Thanksgiving Address. The cards are blank on the inside with the accompanying words of thanks on the back.

secrets of natural movementSecrets of Natural Movement DVD
The Tracking Project Workout Volumes 1 & 2 on one DVD
US $20

The Tracking Project has taken thousands of people into the forests and deserts of four continents. This is the workout we rely on to  keep our students and ourselves strong, flexible and injury free.

Whatever your fitness level, you'll feel the power of this unique system, which draws on the traditions of Yoga, Taiji, Bagua, Qigong and much more, to develop a natural physique: lean and graceful, balanced and relaxed.

Tsecrets of natural movementhe three part DVD includes complete instruction at three fitness  levels. Volume 1 (60 min.) explains the fine points of each movement, so you'll know you're doing it right. Volume 2 (47 min.) demonstrates the complete workout, and the Special Features section includes Tracking Project outtakes.

In association with our Brazilian branch organization Projeto Pegadas Brasil we have provided a Portuguese language option for Volumes 1 & 2.

Filmed outdoors in the beautiful Jemez mountains of NewMexico, this DVD is filled with stunning scenery, inspiring cinematography  and an original soundtrack by Steven Michael Pague and John Stokes.

US $15

Our classic Turtle T-shirt comes in Montana sky blue with white ink, iris/white, sage green/white, khaki/white, and poppy/white, and New this year—washed plum / white and full camo with cream ink. We also have black Long-Sleeve T’s with red ink.

We also have a new contoured fit Tank Top for women in heather with turquoise ink in all adult sizes. This new tank joins our line of women’s T’s, including the chocolate Tank Top with tan ink, the Full Camo Baby Doll T with contour-hugging fit and a Cap Sleeve Raglan Baby Doll T in olive with woodland camo sleeves.

Popular last year were our Projeto Pegadas Brasil T-shirt in pine green, with our Pegadas logo on the front—a jaguar track with a map of Brazil as the heel pad—and our 20th anniversary black T with white ink in all sizes. “Bringing the pieces together again.”

All shirts are pre-shrunk, 100% cotton.

Free T-shirt or other products for donations of $35 or more.



tank top    tank top

black long sleeves    black shirts



New for 2012!
We have added two new colors to our Classic Turtle T collection — plum and full camo for men and women. Also new is our Heather tank top for women with a turquoise turtle in the front.

Our models are India Stokes, shooting archery at this year's Dreamtracking girls' camp and Lisa Bennet Matkin who joined our womens' staff for the camp, offering the young women meditation and therapeutic yoga.

Heather Tank



US $13

We have TP Hats in two styles, both with our turtle embroidered in khaki on the front: New Ball caps are 100% garmentwashed cotton Flexfit in loden, in two sizes; Crusher/bucket hats are black 100% cotton, enzyme-washed, one size fits most.

loden cap 

Last June, photographer Jenny Yagodich from O’ahu’s North Shore, offered to provide us with new photos of all our t-shirts. She and her husband, Palakiko, are members of our new TTPHI (The Tracking Project / Hawaiian Inside) mentor program.

With model Renée Nobriga, Jenny produced these beautiful photos. Her father, Steve Schroeder is modeling the tank top, Palakiko appears in the long-sleeve T and our young model in the black ball cap is Jenny and Palakiko’s son, La‘akea. All photos are by Jenny Yagodich and are reproduced by permission 2008.

US $1

Our 4” circular decal that goes everywhere you go — sturdy polyester with adhesive backing. Comes in white on black, white on sky blue, white on teal, or black on Rasta colors (red,yellow, green).

TP decal     TP decal

TP decal     TP decal

animal tracks of the southwestANIMAL TRACKS OF THE SOUTHWEST
US $10

Our large (23"x 30") two-color poster in desert tones features the tracks of 34 different mammals and birds of the Southwest region. Drawn by John Kahionhes Fadden, each track is average adult full-size to reflect the relative size of each animal. Tracks are grouped by family for ease of identification and compar-ison with related species. Great for home or classroom use.

New!  Laminated Posters  $15

animal tracks of brazilANIMAL TRACKS OF BRAZIL
US $10

Our Brazilian partners — Projeto Pegadas Brasil — have produced a fine new poster featuring the tracks of 34 different Brazilian animals, including the capybara, tapir, howler monkey, giant otter, kinkajou and jaguar. This large (25” x 37”) poster in sand and earth tones presents a silhouette of each animal together with a front and rear track. Names of the animals are given in English and Portuguese, together with the scientific name. A great companion to our popular Southwest tracks poster.


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