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November 2018

EDC Wilderness Survival – Ozarks

November 10, 2018 @ 9:00 am - November 11, 2018 @ 5:00 pm
Arkansas – American Survival, 19436 Crossman Place Rd
Hindsville, AR 72738 United States
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Free – $220.00

Pack the essential everyday carry bag and master each tool to meet all your basic needs. Summary: You get lost on a hiking trail, turned around during a hunt, or stranded in a remote area, how do you survive? More than 2,000 people get lost in the woods each year and most survival scenarios. But you’ve got your everyday carry bag? Do you have the right tools to survive? Do you know how to use them to meet your basic…

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December 2018

Sunday Afternoon Bushcraft: Art of the Baton

December 2, 2018 @ 2:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Georgia – SARCRAFT, 650 Byrd Mountain Lane
Canton, GA 30114 United States
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$19.00 – $39.00

Crafting basic tools from the materials around us is one of the core aspects of being human. This upcoming Sunday Afternoon Bushcraft will focus on crafting a multipurpose baton, and learning how to use it. The baton is one of the most important bushcraft projects to master, as it is arguably the most useful handcrafted tool in the woods. You can use it to process firewood, pound stakes into the ground, hunt small game, dig holes, even sharpen your knife……

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Intro to Survival

December 22, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Florida (JAX) – American Survival, 8220 Moncrief Rd West
Jacksonville, FL 32219 United States
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$90.00

This one-day introduction class to basics of survival is perfect for anyone just starting to learn survival skills or an experienced adventurer in need of a quick refresh. We will examine the key components of survival: shelter, fire, water and food, students will also learn about survival psychology and signaling. This course is a great starting point, and the information can be life-saving in an emergency situation. Survival psychology and mindset are the single most important factor in determining someone’s…

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January 2019

Instructor Training Course (Winter Module)- Adirondacks

January 14 @ 8:00 am - January 18 @ 5:00 pm
$500

The Instructor Training Course is a joint program between The Pathfinder School and the Flint & Steel Critical Skills Group that is designed to provide you with the training you need so that you can become a Wilderness Survival Instructor. We understand that not everyone will have enough time off to take the entire 42-day course consecutively (although some will). The course is broken down into individual modules so that it can be taken consecutively, or pieced together over time…

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Winter Survival Course- Adirondacks

January 14 @ 8:00 am - January 18 @ 5:00 pm
$500

The Winter Survival Course will teach winter-specific skills and emergency survival that will be a blend of both modern and primitive techniques set in a cold weather environment. This course is 5 days in duration. Students will learn skills in fire craft, survival shelters, and water and food procurement. In addition, students will receive training in land navigation and survival signals. The full spectrum of survival will be taught in a crawl, walk, run format to ensure students are successful and…

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February 2019

Sheltering Essentials

February 9 @ 9:00 am - 7:00 pm
Georgia – SARCRAFT, 650 Byrd Mountain Lane
Canton, GA 30114 United States
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Free – $99.00

Shelter. The very word brings us rest and comfort. A roof over our heads. Hearth & home. A place to get out of the cold. A clear-cut divider between the wide world “out there” and a space that’s ours. These are the qualities we attribute to shelter, no matter how primitive, because of its importance to our well-being. After a positive mental attitude, shelter is arguably your highest survival priority. Unfortunately, few know how to construct a shelter that is…

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Sunday Afternoon Bushcraft: Leatherworking

February 10 @ 2:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Georgia – SARCRAFT, 650 Byrd Mountain Lane
Canton, GA 30114 United States
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$19.00 – $39.00

Before we had synthetic wonder fibers for our clothes and shoes, kydex for our holsters and sheaths, or nylon for our packs and bags… we had leather. Tanned animal hide has stood the test of time, because it works. When it’s taken care of, it’s tough, durable, weather-resistant, and lasts nearly forever. And knowledge of how to work it and use it is one of the hallmark skills of self-reliance. In this half-day course, you’ll learn the ins and outs…

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March 2019

Instructor Training Course (Desert Module)- North Texas

March 6 @ 8:00 am - March 10 @ 5:00 pm
North Texas – Primitive Wilderness Survival, 310 private rd 1748
Chico, TX 76431 United States
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$500

The Instructor Training Course is a joint program between The Pathfinder School and the Flint & Steel Critical Skills Group that is designed to provide you with the training you need so that you can become a Wilderness Survival Instructor. We understand that not everyone will have enough time off to take the entire 42-day course consecutively (although some will). The course is broken down into individual modules so that it can be taken consecutively, or pieced together over time…

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Instructor Training Course (Coastal Swamp Module)- Florida Panhandle

March 7 @ 8:00 am - March 11 @ 5:00 pm
Florida Panhandle – Wayback Wilderness, 2020 Becks Lake Rd
Cantonment, FL 32533 United States
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$500

The Instructor Training Course is a joint program between The Pathfinder School and the Flint & Steel Critical Skills Group that is designed to provide you with the training you need so that you can become a Wilderness Survival Instructor. We understand that not everyone will have enough time off to take the entire 42-day course consecutively (although some will). The course is broken down into individual modules so that it can be taken consecutively, or pieced together over time…

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Field Navigation Course

March 10 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Arkansas – Pack Rat Outdoor Center, 209 W Sunbridge Dr.
Fayetteville, AR 72703 United States
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$50

This half day class will focus on fundamental map and compass skills. We will learn to plan a route of travel, orient a map, shoot an azimuth and use terrain association skills to keep ourselves on course. We'll also cover an introduction to coordinate systems and plot a UTM point to which we will travel and identify. Be prepared to hike in semi-rugged terrain and be prepared for the weather. In addition bring water, a snack or other mobile calories,…

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