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Wilderness Survival: Shelter & Firemaking Course

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Wilderness Survival: Shelter & Firemaking Course

Time: September 21, 2012 at 7:30pm to September 23, 2012 at 4pm
Location: Trackers Earth
City/Town: Sandy, OR
Website or Map: http://trackerspdx.com/outdoo…
Phone: 503-345-3312
Event Type: outdoor, course
Organized By: Tony Deis
Latest Activity: Sep 13, 2012

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This course is essential for any enthusiast of the outdoors. Shelter and firemaking are among two of the most important skills in a wilderness survival and primitive living situation. In this weekend overnight we cover each topic in great detail through expert advice and hands-on learning.

Students participate in building several forms of shelter, both for emergency and long-term purposes. They make two different primitive firemaking kits while also learning vital techniques to light a robust campfire in nearly every weather condition.

About the Instructors This course is taught by leaders and assisted by apprentices of our Rangers Guild. The Trackers Rangers Guild comprises a learning community focused on the arts of Trackers, Survival and The Curriculum of Shadows.

Tuition is $295. This is fee based course. Pre-registration is required.

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