CALENDAR

SCHEDULE OF CLASSES & GATHERINGS
December 2019 – November 2020

Download The Tracking Project Calendar 2020

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

Please note: These listings are the dates which were fixed by December 9, 2019. We take part in many other gatherings and events throughout the year which are hosted by a variety of other groups.

December 13 – 17, 2019 Haiku ‘Aina Permaculture Institute (HAPI), Haiku, Maui. We will travel to HAPI for a series of meetings regarding food safety and a presentation for the staff and friends at this permaculture / organic food project on Maui.

January / February The Tracking Project Institute, Corrales. Together with our staff and advisors, we are re-designing our website, archiving our past work and laying the groundwork for a renewal and expansion of our programs which will allow us to share more information, bring more people together and reach more people around the world.

April (date to be set) Santa Fe Waldorf School, Santa Fe. We will spend a day with the Grade 5 students of Molly McKinnon presenting TTP’s Arts of Life program.

* May 29-30 Cultural Perspectives on Dreams and Dreaming with John Stokes, Arco Iris, Santa Fe. Through dream circles, storytelling, tracking exercises, journaling and discussions, John will once again offer 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 the many varied Native cultures and traditions that The Tracking Project works with. We will be holding an actual class at the yurt with a limited number of participants practicing “social distancing,” while opening the class to an unlimited number of virtual participants. For information and registration, contact: The Tracking Project, (505) 898-6967, Cost: $250 + $35 registration fee. Download Dream Workshop Flyer May 2020 Here.

May (dates to be set) Nurturing the Roots: Mentor Outreach, Brasília, Brasil. John Stokes will join Duarte Guerra, Isabela Crema and other members of The Tracking Project’s mentor circle to offer a new invitational training.

June 13 – 20 Nurturing the Roots (NTR): Higher Teachings, Cuba, New Mexico. Since 1996 The Tracking Project has conducted NTR mentor trainings for community artist/ educators in the United States and other countries. Based on the success of the 2019 gathering, we now invite graduates of our NTR programs to the second in a series of higher teachings within The Tracking Project’s curriculum.

* July 11 – 18 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 fourth year of the Hawkeye camp. For information and registration, contact: The Tracking Project, (505) 898-6967. Cost: $650 + $35 registration fee. Download Hawkeye Flyer 2020

* July 11 – 18 Hawkeye Scout, Cuba, New Mexico. This will be the twenty first 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 + $35 registration fee.

* July 25 – August 1 Dreamtracking, Cuba, New Mexico. Our week-long wilderness experience for young women, ages 16 – 30* , now in its twenty fifth 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 25 girls. “For information and registration, contact: The Tracking Project, (505) 898-6967. Cost:$650 + $35 registration fee. Download Dreamtracking Flyer 2020 here

September (dates to be determined) Nutrindo as Raízes (Nurturing the Roots), Mentor Outreach / University of Peace (UNIPAZ), Brasil. This visit will continue our work with our Brasilian mentor network and indigenous communities in the Xingu Indigenous Preserve, as well as the Formação do Jovens program with the staff and youth of the UNIPAZ community.

October 9 – 11 Cultural Perspectives on Dreams and Dreaming with John Stokes, Arco Iris, Santa Fe. Through dream circles, storytelling, tracking exercises, journaling and discussions, 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 the many varied Native cultures and traditions that The Tracking Project works with. For information and registration, contact: The Tracking Project, (505) 898-6967, Cost: $250 + $35 registration fee.

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