SP22 - Young Coyote Tracks Tuesday AM (10am-1pm)
4 Elements Earth Education provides programs that introduce Earth Skills—a blend of the ancient arts of tracking, wilderness survival, and nature awareness. Our curriculum and experienced instructors lead children, teens, and adults to read the landscape as stewards of the Earth. Through our programs, a re-thinking of our relationship to nature begins to occur: nature is not simply a resource that we control as a product, but a relationship we must cultivate.

Our Programs are inspired by Indigenous values and the old ways of Earth Skills, and are influenced by the Tracker School and each Instructor's own "dirt time" living these skills. Older children learn to use a knife safely and responsibly, and play games through natural terrain to heighten balance and situational awareness. Every session includes circle time and gratitude sharing.

Classes meet once per week. 4E staff and instructors follow all CDC and state guidelines regarding gatherings during the pandemic. We limit our small groups to 10 or fewer students; we sanitize tools/materials between uses; we encourage physical distancing and hand hygiene; and we wear and ask you to wear a face covering. Thank you for your understanding and for doing your part to keep our community well!

We offer three pricing levels in order to make our programs accessible to as many their families as possible. By selecting a price you can reasonably afford, you are helping to ensure financial resources are not a barrier to any anyone's participation. Thank you for your support!

Each registration includes a nonrefundable $10 fee. Cancellations received less than one week prior to the program start date are subject to a $50 cancellation fee. No refunds after the start date.
Wissahickon Valley Park
Tuesdays, 4/26 - 5/31
10am - 1pm EDT
Ages 7 - 10
This session has openings
Registration will end on 5/9/2022.
Sibling Discount
ONE SIBLING MUST PAY IN FULL. This is a 10% discount for additional siblings registering in the same session.