What will you do when the food trucks stop running?
Will you know how to feed, clothe and shelter your family?
Will you know how to work together with your tribe to meet daily needs?
Learn the arts and practical skills of outdoor survival
Hunter-Gatherer Skills Course
August 14-19, 2012
- Live for a week completely immersed in the environment in 548 acres of prairie, forests, cliffs and wetlands habitats located in Wisconsin’s un-glaciated “driftless area.”
- Join with other individuals and families to adopt a hunter-gatherer lifestyle as you learn to make essential tools for hunting and fishing, and pottery vessels for cooking and eating.
- Try your hand at fire-making, building shelters, foraging for useful plants, weaving, making cordage, flinting arrowheads, firing pottery, setting snares and more.
- All (vegetarian) food included in fee. A kitchen, including refrigerator and freezer, and outdoor grills are also available on site.
Please register by August 7th
Contact Norah Cashin
for the course schedule or more information
$495 per person
Ask about special pricing for families.
Minimum age 13. Teens 13-18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian
Popular Resilience: Skills for the long term
A happy, healthy, liveable world for our great-grandchildren