Trackers PDX Blog

No Roam to Play
10th
April

A fantastic conversation has begun. Communities are discussing how our kids play and how that influences the adults they become. A recent article in The Atlantic captured the feelings of many parents. It’s a simmering topic that’s about to boil over. Freedom to play and roam is what’s at stake. Giving our children the ability to test themselves in life’s wilderness…

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April 1st Announcements
31st
March

On this day April 1, 2014 we’re excited to announce a new series of camps and programs that will fundamentally change the way you think of Trackers. All this, plus another announcement that will actually fundamentally change the way you think of Trackers.

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Happy Holidays: Quiet and Light
18th
December

I have a holiday story, but it may not seem like one, so bear with me... One day during a great cold snow I was walking in the woods beyond my backyard. We live just before the Cascadia mountain known as Hood, out on the edge of the Bull Run wilderness, where the short days of winter often cast an icy and wonderful silence through the…

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Natural Risk Takers
11th
December

Remember running outside on a cold morning with only a t-shirt and shorts? Or your bare hands throwing snowballs until you could hardly stand it? Many of us recall accidentally cutting ourselves with a pocket knife while whittling sticks found in the backyard or scraping a knee after skidding around a corner, leaving us to carefully pick…

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