By Dani Hemmat 

Learning ancestral skills can empower and connect us


Gelsomina Ferrari

Practical leathercraft, such as these Scandinavian-style buckskin bags, is one of the many skills that are taught at LCP.

In this age, the majority of us are more connected to our smartphones than the rhythm of the seasons, and half of us wouldn’t know how to turn on a faucet without waving our hands in front of it. We are connected, but not to anything other than a device. It is, if you will, an age of disconnect.

And that’s where the Laughing Coyote Project comes in. This school on an assuming chunk of land...

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