Expert tracker John Stokes this weekend will lead an "Identity Through Animal Tracking" workshop that includes traditional animal tracking and survival skills, understanding predator and prey relationships, peacemaking, storytelling, and more. This event is ideal for hikers, hunters, and outdoors lovers who are looking to find a deeper connection between humans and the natural world. Since 1980, Stokes, the founder and director of the Tracking Project in Corrales, New Mexico, has worked hard in his efforts to bring awareness to the natural world and indigenous people.
The "Identity Through Animal Tracking" workshop will be held Saturday, June 11, at the Seneca Art and Culture Center, 7000 Country Road 41, Victor. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tickets are $75 ($60 for members). More information can be found at ganondagan.org.