Tim is a Change Agent, Cultural Creative, and Nature-based Mentor. He currently serves as co-Director of Twin Eagles Wilderness School, an organization he co-Founded with his wife, Jeannine Tidwell, in Sandpoint, Idaho in 2005 as a vehicle to support his life’s work of facilitating Deep Nature Connection Mentoring and Cultural Restoration. Tim is a certified Wilderness First Responder, a graduate of the Kamana Naturalist Training Program, and a graduate of the Vermont Wilderness School’s five-year Apprenticeship Program. Since 1999, Tim has studied closely with a variety of nature-based mentors throughout the country including Tom Brown Jr., Jon Young, Mark Morey, Ingwe, Tony Ten Fingers, Gilbert Walking Bull, Paul Raphael, Jake Swamp and Barry Moses. Men’s Work, Permaculture, Primitive Skills, Holistic Rites of Passage for boys, healing the cultural rift between the White and Native cultures, Inner Tracking, the Spiritual Journey and Family are all deep, heart-centered commitments in his life. Find out more about Tim and Twin Eagles Wilderness School here. This program has been brought to you by Hearst Ranch.
“I work with youth and adults facilitating a deep connection to the natural world, and what emerges from that is deep connections between people, and a deep connection to self.”
“When we go about tracking animals, it’s a multi-sensory and multi-disciplinary experience that connects us archetypically to this really old part of ourselves.”
— Tim Corcoran on Greenhorn Radio