Wildlife Tracking

Discover wildlife tracks and sign, and learn to interpret the stories that they tell. Tracking is considered the first science. Its importance was paramount to our ancestors survival. A native trackers understanding of the landscape and its animals is unparalleled, even by our best scientist. Tracking will greatly increase your awareness and relationship with our wild allies. Though wild animals are not often seen, they leave so much (like tracks, scat, rubs, trails, etc…) for us to identify and interpret. Come learn to see with new eyes and begin to gaze into the lives of the wild animals around us. Below are the past and upcoming courses and programs being offered.

2019 Programs:


2018 Programs:

May 6 @ 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm All Ages
Ever wonder how wilderness knowledge and permaculture can inform our farming practices? Farfields Farm and The Living Earth School present an afternoon with Doniga Markegard. Doniga Markegard, tracker, wilderness expert, rancher, permaculturist, has lived that intersection and tells about it in her fascinating book Dawn Again: Tracking the Wisdom of the Wild. With chapters on[...]
Sep 21 2019 – May 2 2020 all-day Ages: 18+
One weekend per month Sept 2019 – May 2020 This program has officially filled! In order to get onto our wait list, simply click the register button, fill out your info, and you will be placed on the list. Relationship Resourcefulness Re-Wilding and Re-Inspiring In this world of technology and choice, we find ourselves busier[...]