CALENDAR

SCHEDULE OF CLASSES & GATHERINGS
January – November 2017

Click here to download the PDF of The Tracking Project Schedule of Classes and Gatherings 2017

*Courses which are open to the public are marked with a star*.

Please note: These listings are the dates which were fixed by December 12, 2016. We take part in many other gatherings and events throughout the year which are hosted by a variety of other groups. Visit the Calendar page of our website for updates and additions.

January 28 – February 4 Global Leadership course, Big Island, Hawai‘i. We will !travel to Pu‘u Wa‘awa‘a on the Big Island to take part in a global leadership !course for high school students from O‘ahu.

February, March, April The Tracking Project Institute. Together with our staff and advisors, we are laying the groundwork for an expansion of our programs which will allow us to share more information, bring more people together and reach more people around the world.

April (dates to be determined) Haiku ‘Aina Permaculture Institute, Haiku, Maui! We will join our friends at HAPI for a continuation of our work with this
!permaculture / organic food project on Maui.

May 20 – 27 Nurturing the Roots: New Mexico II (NTR/NM), Cuba, New Mexico. We move into the third and final year of this three year mentor program with artists !and educators from around the country at”the Circle A Ranch. (This program is by invitation only.)

June (dates to be determined) Ganondagan State Historic Site, Victor, New York. A weekend tracking class, “ideal for hikers, hunters, outdoor enthusiasts and those interested in learning about the human connection to the natural world through Nature and indigenous values.” Friends of Ganondagan, PO Box 113, Victor, NY 14564.

* July 8 – 15 Hawkeye Training, Cuba, New Mexico.  ages 12–18, held near Cuba, New Mexico. Skills include tracking, survival, Nature awareness, music, story, dance, comedy and the martial arts. Limited to 30 boys. This will be the thirty first year of the Hawkeye camp. For information and registration, contact: The Tracking Project, (505) 898-6967. Cost: $650.  Click here to download flyer

Hawkeye Training
Hawkeye Training

* July 8 – 15 Hawkeye Scout, Cuba, New Mexico. This will be the nineteenth year for this advanced training camp for young men. Skills include advanced tracking, stalking, movement and living on the land. Limited to 13 young men. For”information and registration, contact: The Tracking Project, (505) 898-6967, Cost: $650.

* July 22 – 29 Dreamtracking, Cuba, New Mexico. Our week-long skills camp for girls,”ages 11–16, now in its twenty second year. Offering basic tracking and survival skills, music, story, dance and natural movement training, this camp is a”counterpart to our Hawkeye Training camp for boys. Limited to 30 girls. “For information and registration, contact: The Tracking Project, (505) 898-6967. Cost:”$650. Click here to download flyer

August 27 – September 1 Santa Fe Mountain Center (STMC), Staff Development, Cuba, New Mexico. The Tracking Project staff will join the staff of SFMC for a week-long training.

* September 9 – 16 Tracking in the Southwest, Cuba, New Mexico. Join us for our most comprehensive tracking course — a hiking, camping and tracking journey to the !heart and soul of northern New Mexico. A unique opportunity to learn about !animal tracking, survival skills, Native cultures and the Arts of Life while camping out in the land of the Anasazi. Limited to 20 people. Cost: $850. Special price for registration before June 1 — $750. For information and registration, contact: The Tracking Project, (505) 898-6967, thetrackingproject@earthlink.net Download Tracking in the SW Flyer 2017

October (dates to be determined) Nutrindo as Raízes (Nurturing the Roots), Mentor Outreach, Brasil. and get-togethers with the members of our Brazilian mentor network and the projects they have embarked upon since their graduation.

November 10-12 The Tracking Project presents: Cultural Perspectives on Dreams and Dreaming Part 1 with John Stokes Through storytelling, dream circles, tracking exercises and journaling, John hopes to give participants new perspectives on how we can access our dreams — remembering dreams, recordings dreams, sending and receiving dreams, incubating dreams… Using techniques of “dream tracking” we will look at dreaming through the eyes of many varied cultures and traditions. Click to Download Dream Workshop by John Stokes flyer

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