willowell foundation

Coyote Clan


Join ReTribe‘s Coyote Clan Wilderness Camp to play awareness games, track animals, build forts, make fires and become a hero in an epic role play adventure. Befriend a magical elf, defend a majestic queen, and even battle an evil sorcerer!

Please see Chipmunk Clan Camp Session One for the younger version of this camp running the same time with some leader/participant overlap.



June 17 - 21

9:00 AM - 3:00 PM


8 - 12


Stoney Meadow Lane
Monkton, VT 05443

camp size





Complete the 2019 Willowell Summer Camp Registration Form Online:



I. Make checks payable to the Willowell Foundation, and mail to PO Box 314, Bristol, VT 05443 (preferred).

II. Pay through PayPal. Please add a $10 processing fee to tuition total when paying online. Enter name of camp and campers name in “description.”

Applications and full tuition are due one month before the camp start date.

To reserve a space now, please fill out the online application and mail your non-refundable $50 deposit.  Deposit counts towards full tuition.



John Hunt:

John grew up on a dairy farm in Vermont. He has been enthralled with the natural world since childhood and has a passion for helping others strengthen their connection. He has studied with expert survivalists and trackers including Tom Brown and Susan Morse and has also done extensive research on his own through books and direct exploration. For the past 9 years John has been mentoring youth of all ages in a wide variety of settings including summer camps, after-school programs,  and outdoor education schools. He runs a one-day-a-week school year program through ReTribe at the Forest School in Richmond, Vermont. He was a mentor for three years at Earthwalk Vermont and he co-started Coyote Clan Wilderness Adventure Camps as part of ReTribe, 9 years ago. He has been working with the Walden Project, here at Willowell, for the past 9 years as a visiting naturalist. He has also been staff at iBme teen meditation retreats in Virginia. John is a poet and drummer, has a strong meditation practice, and because of his deep love of Gaia, he has a passion for, and understanding of, sustainability issues on both a worldwide and individual scale. He is certified in Integral Breath Therapy, Energy Medicine and Wilderness First Aid (SOLO), and was trained through The Mindfulness in Education Teacher Training from Daniel Rechtschaffen at the Omega Institute. He loves working with youth and helping them discover, through nature connection, their unique and beautiful power.


Julia Martin:

Julia attended the Waldorf School of Princeton, NJ, from pre-K through 8th grade. She co-started, and has been running ReTribe‘s programs including; Coyote and Chipmunk Clan, The Richmond Forest School, Coyote Clan Afterschool programs, and Teen Rites of Passage retreats all around the state of Vermont for the past 9 years.  She has taught movement and music as well as facilitated the Social Harmony program by working with youth having social and behavioral difficulties at the Orchard Valley Waldorf School, in East Montpelier, VT for the past 6 years.  Julia has been a staff member of the Wayfinder Experience, a fantasy role-playing and improvisational theater camp for teens, for the past 12 years. She has been working with kids since 2000. She has directed theater programs for ages 7-17. She is certified in Integral Breath Therapy as well as Energy Medicine and she teaches yoga and leads Kirtan (Sanskrit Chanting).  She graduated from the University of Vermont in 2009 with a degree in Sociology and Music, with a focus on Intentional Community Living. Julia is very passionate about helping youth to heal, grow, and transform. She has a deep connection with nature, imagination, and magic and hopes to help facilitate youth to foster these connections, which already exist so powerfully within them.