Youth Wilderness Program
Students will explore core areas of survival and wilderness education with games, nature awareness and observation, and hands-on skills instruction in the areas of fire, water, food, and shelter. Our goal is to have fun while also giving our students the tools to experience nature in profound and ancient ways. Instructors Geoff Fisher, Adam Larue, and Richard Pashu Esquibel teach from the Tom Brown Jr. Tracker School and Coyote Mentoring traditions which draw on a wide range of ancestral skills knowledge. Course material may include but is not limited to: animal tracking, cordage (rope making), fire by friction and fire tending, plant identification and use, bow/arrow making, archery, weaving, primitive cooking, shelter building, and stalking/movement. To learn more about us, visit the Meet Our Instructors page.
Want a weekly class closer to you? We are open to offering a program anywhere in the Rogue Valley where there are 6 or more students interested. Email us with location suggestions!