June 2: Hunting 101 (see separate listing) June 16: Maps, Navigation, Gear and Choosing a Stand (see separate listing) August 4-5: Pre-hunt Weekend Intensive (see separate listing) August 25-28: Bowhunting Trip Graduation This is a course for anyone who wants to get closer to animals, more deeply understand their behavior, and who is either currently […]

This class is part a series called “Sacred Hunting Comprehensive Course”, but you’re welcome to take it as a stand-alone class. Have you ever wanted to go hunting, but weren’t sure where to begin? Are you interested in learning a sacred approach to hunting that honors the animals you pursue? Would you like to know […]

There’s something really amazing (and delicious!) about opening a pit that’s been cooking your food for the past 5 hours or more. The steam becomes more and more intense as the layers of earth and greenery are slowly peeled away and the aroma becomes oh sooooo yummy! Food cooked this way is so rich and […]

This beautiful, simple and eminently functional basket style is found all over the world. In the northern hemisphere, berry baskets have been made from cedar, birch, spruce, maple, pine, aspen, willow, tulip poplar, cypress, hickory and more. Any flexible bark that can be removed as a panel will make a berry basket. This is an […]

Mmmm… imagine a sumptuous wild food banquet featuring gastronomical delights that you harvested… cooked over a fire that was spun from the friction of wood against wood, the Old Way. That’s what we’ll do together. Join Stone Age skills expert, Chris Morasky, for a fabulous day of foraging for edibles, fire-making using bowdrill and handdrill […]

So many of the items that we own today lack a beautiful, rich story. Most of our items were made in a factory far away by people we don’t know and often under conditions that we might rather not know about. But that wasn’t always the case… Our hunter-gatherer ancestors didn’t own much, but every […]

This class is ALL ABOUT FIRE! We’ll learn: Multiple ways of starting fire including bow drill and handdrill Starting a fire in rain, snow and in the dark Different kinds of fire-lays for different purposes like cooking, light, warmth and signaling Carrying fire to a new camp Torches and oil lamps Wood selection Making a […]

Buckskin made in the old way is incredible. In the pic of me below I’m wearing a buckskin shirt that is now 20 years old, and I’ve thrown it into a washing machine many times. Buckskin in washable, lasts a really long time, and no chemicals are used in making it. Wow! Tan a deer […]

Learn the ancient art of braintanning (egg tanning is the same process) to soften a beautiful fur! You may choose to make a bag or start a pair of mittens or a warm hat or edge a garment or… Our process uses no chemicals and is entirely natural. Chemical tanning methods weaken the hide, but […]

Tules, aka bulrushes, are an incredible plant that is easy to weave! We’ll be weaving a simple, beautiful and useful basket around a water bottle. Tules (pronounced too-lees) are like “foam” on the inside, so this covering offers substantial protection to a glass bottle. This class is a great introduction to the wonderful world of […]

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