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2020 Spring/Summer Class Schedule​

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Bushcraft Skills

Level I

$100

1 day class

Date:  June 6th

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​​​​​SURVIVAL PSYCHOLOGY - The number one survival tool is your mind. This is the deciding factor as to whether you live or die in a survival situation. We will discuss this in depth throughout class.

​​​​​FIRE - Starting with the basics of fire construction, materials needed. Then moving to ignition with the fire steel.

​​​SHELTER - We discuss the importance and design of nature shelters then move to tarp configurations.

Water - Acquisition and Purification

CRAFTING & CARVING - Most things around camp can be made with just a few tools. We will craft tent stakes, pot hangers, toggles, and many other needed items.

KNOTS & LASHINGS - There are only a few knots that you need to learn, we cover all of the in class.

KNIFE / AXE / SAW - Safety, Types, and powerful use.

Bushcraft Skills

Level II

$250

2 Day Class

Date:  TBD

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​​​SURVIVAL PSYCHOLOGY - The number one survival tool is your mind. This is the deciding factor as to whether you live or die in a survival situation. We will discuss this in depth throughout class.


FIRE - We will review fire construction and use of the fire steel from the previous level I class. Then move quickly to the bow drill friction fire method. Which is where we will spend the bulk of this subject.


SHELTER - After discussing basic shelters learned previously, we will dive deep into short & long term shelter, plus using a heat source for each type of shelter.

WATER -  You will be tested on your ability to source, gather, & purify water. Then we will discuss methods used if you do not have a  container of any type.

CRAFTING & CARVING - In this section of the class we will make more elaborate camp items such as long term cook racks, primitive traps, spoons, bowls, & utensils.

KNOTS & LASHINGS - We will review knots learned in Level I, then discuss other uses for these knots.

KNIFE / AXE / SAW - After a safety talk we will get into more advanced techniques.

LAND NAVIGATION - We will cover all basic parts of a map, how a compass works, how to shoot an azimuth (using a compass to travel in a certain direction), and use of pace beads to measure your pace in distance traveled. Last but not least, terrain association (finding your way without a map or compass).

Bow Drill Fire

From the Land

$100

Date:  ​June 7th



Claims of the earliest definitive evidence of friction fire by a member of Homo range from 1.7 to 0.2 million years ago!!


It was a turning point in the technological evolution of human beings. Fire provided a source of warmth, protection from predators, a way to create more advanced hunting tools, and a method for cooking food. 


We will start with a knife and short piece of cordage...that's all.


Then we will hunt for the proper wood to craft your spindle, hearth board, bow, & bearing block. Then turning that wood a workable set.


We will then make the bow and bearing block. After the complete set has been made, we will go over technique & form.


Next we will harvest our fire building materials and make our tinder bundle.


Then finally we will bring all these natural materials together to make FIRE!


Every student will leave with the knowledge how to conjure the power of fire from just a few sticks & a complete bow drill set.