A few weeks ago we had the pleasure of hosting a group from Coyote Trails School of Nature. Their classes are grouped into “Trails of Study” upon the ‘wheel’ and reflect their year-round nature awareness curriculum.  They teach students about animals, the colors, the directions, the elements, the medicine is all represented upon and within the ‘Wheel of Study.’ They were a wonderful group, and we are excited to see them at Buckhorn in the future!

From Joe Kreuzman, Director of Coyote Trails

I would like to share my observations from a recent adult weekend program I ran at Buckhorn Springs Resort. To begin with, I teach and train individuals awareness tools for connecting with nature. The land that the Sargents have been caring for holds a very special history of healing and Bruce has worked his professional carpentry skills into a beautiful restoration of the Resorts historical buildings. These buildings are an addition to the natural setting of the land such as the confluence of Baldy Creek and Emigrant Creek which has been left nicely undeveloped. This combination of modern comfort and security with natural and wild areas offers a perfect setting for programs or personal retreats.

From the staff and the quiet to the bobcat hunting by the greenhouse to the bear wandering  past the main lodge, Buckhorn has much to offer. I am excited to continue to hold programs at Buckhorn Springs and can safely recommend it to individuals or groups of any size. To stay at Buckhorn is to step back in time.

Enjoy the fine meals and camaraderie,

Joe Kreuzman, Director
Coyote Trails School of Nature
coyotetrails.org

Until Next Time,

Lauren

PS Make sure to check out pictures from our cooking class on our Buckhorn Facebook Page.