Two Coyotes transitioned all in-person programs for the spring season to online in March. Since then, our team has built incredible experience in how to design engaging programs that connect youth to nature in their own backyards, whether they live in urban, rural, or suburban areas. Check out sample content on our YouTube channel.
The focus of our classes is always to get offline and outside!
Students also have access to an interactive platform so they can share their projects and nature discoveries with their friends & mentors between calls.
As with any Two Coyotes program, scholarships are available. Please apply for a scholarship when you register for the course. Contact Nancy at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are registering within one week of the program start date to ensure a prompt reply.
There are currently no online classes offered at this time. Please check back for updates.
Feedback from our families so far:
“My kid is spending more time in our yard today than in the last 2 weeks put together. She’s engaged, excited, filled with a sense of purpose. YAY!”
“Yesterday went remarkably well. My kids spent about 4 hours independently playing and exploring in the woods.”
“Our kids really appreciated the chance to connect with mentors (even over Zoom) and friends, and they both got very excited by their tasks for the day. It has motivated them to go out and observe Fred (their new squirrel friend) and they created a habitat for a dinosaur egg (underneath our Japanese maple).”
“I have to say, this class (Wild Art) is fantastic! We are so inspired & it’s truly ignited our creative fires that were needing a little stoking. We are so grateful 2 Coyotes is offering this!”
“Listening to the exciting stories from my teens upon their return from their Connected Coyotes wilderness adventures behind our house has been such a positive in all of the current change. Lesson plans in hand, my girls have been able to use the nature and observation skills they’ve gained over the years to empower and challenge themselves and push their own edges. They have grown so much in their skills and independence the last few weeks and have been motivated to keep pushing. Thank you!”