Spring is coming, and the animals are stirring. Having covered an overview of building debris shelter, making cordage, building a safe fire, survival tools, and signaling for help at the first survival skills camp out, and then the specific workshop on surviving winter in Texas, Outdoor Survival Expert
and Camp Founder, April Holtzman will add onto the information with knowledge about tracking, snaring, trapping, and foraging in springtime.
This class is open to ages 8 and older who are responsible enough to handle sharp tools on their own.
1:00 pm -10:00 am
Spring Survival Campout: $40
100% of proceeds go towards supporting this 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and its mission to unite people with nature.
What to bring:
A knife is MANDATORY. A sharp fixed blade (non-folding) knife is best. You can purchase a Swiss Mora knife from the camp for $20 if needed. Please let us know if you need to buy a knife when you register.
Dinner Saturday and breakfast Sunday will be provided. If you are participating in the service projects before camp out or the Nature Training afterward, be sure to bring your lunch(es).
You will need eating utensils, plate, bowl, cup, etc. (please do NOT bring any disposables)
To fully experience the simulation of survival, you are encouraged to sleep in whatever shelter you create, eat only what you forage, and heat yourself by the fire you start from scratch. If you do not plan on sleeping in your own custom built debris shelter, you should bring a tent, sleeping bag, pad, and whatever other accessories will bring you comfort on this cold night.