Have a craving for epic adventures?
Are you ready to slip away from the city on a regular basis to learn ancient and amazing skills with a group of like-minded people?
This is a program for teens to have two full days per month immersed in nature, survival skills, naturalist knowledge, awareness challenges and intentional community practices. The goals are to nourish the skill sets of wilderness living, self-awareness and expression, as well as to nourish the call to adventure – and a call to self-actualization.
The program will end in December with a weekend camp-out, where we can explore a vast wilderness and practice the skills we learned together.
Projects and activities will depend on the passions and curiosities of the participants, but may include:
– Skills for shelter, fire, water, and food
– Archery and building bows and arrows
– Wild edible and medicinal plants
– Animal tracking
– Camouflage and invisibility skills
– Learning the language of the birds
– Leather shoe-making
Kawisente McGregor’s beautiful backyard forest in Kahnawake
8 Sundays twice per month, 10am – 3pm, ending in a weekend camp-out
15th and 29th of September
13th and 27th of October
10th and 24th of November
13th, 14th and 15th of December (camping trip)
$500 (plus tax)
If you need financial assistance, click here.