Wilderness Survival Camp
July 7 - July 9 2016
Hixson Nature Preserve, Klipsch Amphitheater, & other Garden Areas
9:00 a.m. – 4 p.m. daily, lunch included
Are you prepared to survive being stranded in the wilderness? Agriculturalist and adventure guru Scott Sullivan and partner, naturalist Chelsea Preciado, present a 3-day workshop where participants of all ages can learn and share survival skills. Scott will focus on fire-starting with natural and prepared materials. Other topics include shelter construction, edibles in the landscape, and water purification. Each participant will prepare his or her own fire-starting kit made from natural materials that are found in abundance in the Ouachita Mountain environment. Once students have successfully started their own fires, they are encouraged to practice the new skills, help other students, and solidify their learning through teaching others. This workshop can be attended one, two, or all three days!
Member Adults and ALL Children under 18: $85 one day | $100 two days | $115 three days
Non-Member Adults: $100 one day | $125 two days | $150 three days
Pre-registration required | Click here to reserve online or call 800-366-4664