About Us

 

Chris Morasky

Chris Morasky is a wildlife biologist with 30 years experience teaching Stone Age skills and nature connection and is considered one of the top Stone Age skills experts in North America.  Chris has lived most of the past 20+ years in the wilderness and small communities of British Columbia, Idaho and Utah.  He lived in a tipi for 6 years, homesteaded along the most remote mail route in the lower 48 states and led totally Stone Age expeditions into the wilderness of Idaho and Oregon.  His teachers include Lakota, Shoshone, Arapaho, Crow, Blackfeet and Serri tribesmen, many wilderness skills experts and life itself.  Chris’ workshops focus on awakening instincts, ancient skills and deep nature connection as doorways to understand more fully who we are and why we’re here.

Rachel Natland

Co-founder Rachel Natland is a homeschooling mother of 2 boys, ages 5 and 22.  She is a lifelong student of metaphysics and a devoted practitioner on the path of Unconditional Love. She has worked in spiritual mentorship for over 15 years aiding women and girls in discovering their authentic selves and developing a personal relationship with the Divine. Having spent years mastering a variety of modalities which support a woman’s path to empowerment and having applied these skills to her own life, Rachel has brought herself up out of the inner city, broken the cycle of abuse and addiction she experienced during childhood and has stepped fully onto her path of personal responsibility and freedom. She has been called to pass this knowledge onto other women in the hopes of assisting them in navigating the challenges of modern society with the open-hearted wisdom found through unity and sisterhood.

Sean Critchfield

Sean Critchfield has been an outdoorsman for as long as he can remember. His father began teaching him bushcraft skills as a child and it has been a lifelong pursuit since then. Sean is a seasoned educator and is passionate about bringing that to a natural setting.
He specializes in the fundamentals of self-reliance and encourages a gentle wandering into the spiritual side of the natural world. His hope is that students that spend time with him will learn skills that are easily understood and replicated quickly, and that they will gain a deeper understanding of the natural flow of the land around them.
He is a Nevada Naturalists and has a deep understanding of desert and high desert regions. He is a rock climber, hiker, gentle spirit, fiery storm, and poet.