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Women's Wilderness Weekend: Modern to Primitive Skills
Women's Wilderness Weekend: Modern to Primitive Skills

Fri, Oct 11


Praire Haven Texas

Women's Wilderness Weekend: Modern to Primitive Skills

Join Jacks Genega (Wildcard Wilderness Survival) and Phillip Liebel (Primitive Wilderness Survival) on a journey to exploring wilderness survival from modern to primitive techniques.

Time & Location

Oct 11, 2024, 9:00 AM – Oct 13, 2024, 2:00 PM

Praire Haven Texas, 4139 FM 1287, Graham, TX 76450, USA

Course Description

Women’s Wilderness Weekend: Modern to Primitive Skills is a course directed towards women of all ages to encourage more female participation in the field of wilderness survival. Students from all skill levels are welcome and no experience is required. Whether you are a proclaimed survivalist, a weekend bushcrafter, a homesteader, an ultralight hiker, or just a general every day “wild woman,” this class is designed to promote a sense of community through our shared love of nature. Together we will build skills that promote confidence within ourselves and out in the “wild unknown.”

Day 1 we will learn to take care of our immediate needs in wilderness survival as we discuss knife safety, fire, shelter, and water procurement with the use of modern tools. Day 2 we will learn how to replace our kit-based items as we return to the landscape to build fire by friction, create a cutting edge, and make various tools that aid in the transition from surviving to thriving. Other topics will include safety and the “survival mentality” as we learn to push past fears and unlock deep connections with nature. This class is for participants who desire to both learn and grow, as well as how to develop a sense of resilience through self-reliance in both community and as individuals in the wild.

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