Get ready for extreme outdoor adventure as you learn the skills to live off the land taking care of yourself using only what nature has provided!
Imagine yourself tracking track deer, rabbits, raccoons, and other wildlife across the landscape, returning to a roaring fire to hang out with your friends, cooking some meat over the open coals, and telling stories about your adventures, before finally snuggling into a cozy survival shelter that you built yourself! You’ll get this adventure and more at Teen Wilderness Adventure in Bastrop, TX.
Course topics will include:
* Advanced knife skills
* Identification and use of local edible and medicinal plants
* Wildlife track and sign
* Survival shelters
* Fire skills
* Wilderness first-aid
* Traps, snares, and primitive hunting
* Bow making and archery
* Bone and stone tool creation and use
* Wilderness navigation
* Water purification
And MUCH MORE!
Course meets one Saturday a month October 2016 through April 2017, and includes a spring overnight campout. Limited to 10 participants ready for adventure.
**You can join this program at anytime while space remains. Prorated tuition to begin in March is $148.**
Program Cost: $395
Location: Earth Native Campus at 137 Woodview Lane, Bastrop, TX
(Curious what a day at class is like? Click here to read a "Story of the Day” from Instructor, Mike DiMauro.)
2016-17 Saturday Dates:
October 15 November 12 December 10 January 7 February 11
April 8-9 - Overnight Campout