Wilderness Skills

For millions of years, humans lived in direct contact with the natural world. Our existence as a species depended on our ability to understand the ebb and flow of life. Times have changed and our priorities have shifted however, the human body and mind is still intuitively connected to this process today.

Through the study of ancient and ancestral cultures and the process of creating a primitive living situation, Wilderness curriculum is cultivated by understanding basic human needs in the natural environment. Shelter, fire, food & water necessities are the corner stones for drawing students into the natural world and helping them to gain a better understanding of the diversity of species, multiple resources, and ecological indicators that directly effect our world today.