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New for 2021

Classes are Sundays from 12:45 p.m. – 4:45 p.m.

Basic Survival / Shelter / Water / Fire / Food / Why Nature Connection is so important
Did you know the average person with no survival training has a 90% chance of dying if lost for one night alone in the woods at 52 degrees or below. Learn and make a survival shelter, gather water and make a fire. Come learn the basics of survival and have lots of fun while learning to keep you and your family safe.

Spring Wild Edible, Medicinal and Useful Plants 
Spring is a great time to eat wild edibles. Learn about many of our early spring plant relatives. Be prepared to sample and eat many new foods and have a great time.

Awareness / Bird Language: Wide Angled Vision / Fox Walking
Start learning the language of the birds. Learn how to move as one with the landscape and to find the wildlife before it finds you.

Advanced Survival: Bow Drill Fire and Cordage
Make your own bow drill fire kit and hopefully make a fire with it. Learn to make cordage (a type of rope) out of natural materials.

Summer Wild Edible, Medicinal and Useful Plants
This is the season of the berries. Learn much more about our plant relatives. Be prepared to sample and eat many new foods and have a great time.

Tracking Basics

Learn clear print id plus common animal gates some basic trailing games.

Tending the Wild / Caretaking
This class is my personal favorite. In this class you will start to learn why eco-systems collapse when indigenous peoples are removed from their land and how native people gathered from the land in such a way that animals, food and biodiversity were greatly increased in their ecosystems. Class will include some caretaking the land projects.

Fall Wild Edible, Medicinal and Useful Plants
Learn about the fall edible and medicinal plants. This is the season of the nuts. Learn the basics of many nut preparations.

Reading the Forested Landscape

This class will allow you to see what happened hundreds of years ago and see why the land is the way it is today. This is a really eye opening walk, once you go on it you will never see your eco-system the same way again.

Bamboo Crafts, Navigation and Grass Mats
So, we want to do some carving. This class is all about crafts mainly using the grasses. Make mats, clothing, Digeri doo’s, water bottles, spoons, rice cookers etc.

Winter Edible, Medicinal and Useful Plants

This class focuses heavily on dead twig id gathering and cooking roots and inner bark as food.

        

Questions: Contact Ann Ulick