Following the Fox Trail

By |2018-02-25T11:51:42+00:00February 21st, 2018|Adult, Corvid Community Naturalists, Field School, Waystones|

Following the Fox Trail Waystones Tracking a Fisher Our first week back to Field School after our winter break was snow-filled and prompting for tracking. Many of the animals that roam the Rock Point landscape are nocturnal or crepuscular (active during dawn and dusk) and since we haven’t figured out the [...]

What it takes to run 100km

By |2017-08-15T13:53:08+00:00August 15th, 2017|Field School|

When I started Crow's Path back in 2010, I had a rough sense of what our programs would initially look like: kids running through the woods, playing games, starting fires, building shelters, making bows, carving spoons, and singing songs. But my bigger vision was always to create a strong, vibrant and supportive container [...]

Fundraiser

By |2017-08-14T06:53:40+00:00July 31st, 2017|Field School|

Long-time staff, Lauren Akin is back from sabbatical and in addition to starting a new program with Britt (The Dandelions Program), will be working with our staff and other organizations in the Burlington-area to put us in closer alignment to our mission when it comes to fighting issues of racial and social justice. We're "running" [...]

Crow’s Path summer photos and Hello from Oregon!

By |2017-01-31T14:12:09+00:00October 9th, 2015|Field School|

Checking out the inner workings of a sharp-shinned hawk The great Ale Dietschi! A wild George spotted in the path! Clickity clack! Pouring tea into knotweed teacups from our trusty kettle named Arnold And enjoying our tea Masters of relaxation innovation, Lauren and Pax with the hose hammock Blue Star Kadet Sylvie showing off [...]

April Alive

By |2017-01-25T14:39:05+00:00April 25th, 2015|Field School|

Despite wet and cold conditions this past week (and month!!), we had a wonderful time this April during April Alive! Though many of our wild edibles are yet to emerge, we were still able to make delicious pizzas using trout lily, wild leeks, basswood buds, and stinging nettles. For photos from the week click on [...]