September 11-13, 2020
Join us for a great weekend of like-minded nature and ancestral-skills enthusiasts eager to practice and share skills and experiences. Potential topics may include:
- Fire starting
- Wild edibles
- Animal tracking & bird language
- Shelter building
- Food preparation and preservation (i.e. dutch oven recipes, etc)
- Primitive traps
- Natural fiber rope making
- Martial arts
- Nature awareness and connection exercises
The focus of the gathering is on skills-building and practice while cultivating a deep connection with the land and natural environment that supports all life. We have more than enough opportunity to discuss problems in society; let's focus on solutions!
What to Bring
Whether this is your first time camping or you've been camping for decades, please take a brief look through this list as it also addresses important topics such as: shelter types, outhouses, potable water, etc.
We will have a loose and flexible schedule present and posted during the event. Taking our cues from nature, however, participants may find an amazing opportunity and choose to follow what/where they feel called to in the moment. Any schedule we create is intended to facilitate flow and connection, not restrict it!
Warnings & Expectations
Please take a brief read of our warnings and expectations page so that come gathering time we can all be on the same page!
Calling All Facilitators
Interested in hosting a topic and sharing your skills? Let us know! As a facilitator you will receive: