Join me and Alone Show alum Larry Roberts for a 5-Day Wilderness Survival Skills Workshop at my property in Raymond, Washington!
There are still a couple of spots left for my upcoming 5-day Wilderness Survival Skills Workshop in the beautiful Willapa Hills of Raymond, Washington (just 2 hours from Seattle or Portland).
Come spend five days full of hands-on learning. Gain the skills you need to survive alone in the woods including fire making, shelter, emergency preparedness, Every Day Carry (EDC), trapping, natural medicine-making, water procurement, foraging, cordage (rope making), carving and knife use, and more!
We’ll have a couple of fun giveaways as well: One lucky workshop attendee will win a special L.T. Wright Knives Larry Roberts Signature Edition Genesis Knife. We also be giving away a couple rugged backpacks full of survival gear from TruSpec and 5iveStar Gear!
Larry and I will be available to answer your questions throughout the workshop, with dedicated Campfire Chats about how we physically thrived, alone, for months on Vancouver Island. We’ll also delve into the importance of mindset in wilderness survival. This wilderness survival skills workshop is open to ALL SKILL LEVELS!
WHEN: May 18th – 22nd 2018
WHERE: Dr. Nicole Apelian’s property in Raymond, Washington
HOW MUCH: $1095 per person or work-trade option.
I deeply believe in providing accessibility o anyone who wants to learn this important work! To discuss work-trade option or sliding scale access, email me.
ACCOMMODATIONS: Camping with primitive bathrooms and a shower. All food provided. Or, you can arrange and purchase accommodations in town.
SPACE IS LIMITED! Click here to register.
Wilderness living skills differ from survival skills in that the first is a knowledge-based way of living in ongoing harmony with the natural world. Survival is inherently an acute, short-term perspective; it is a strategy best applied for when you get lost or hurt and need to find a way to survive through difficulty until you can get rescued.
Wilderness living takes practice – it is how we as humans have lived and thrived for eons in a sustainable way, the way that many indigenous cultures still live today. It is a natural way of living as a part of nature. If you want to learn how to get back to your roots of connection, wilderness living skills are the place to start.