Kirsten Rechnitz holds B.A. degrees from Vanderbilt University in Political Science and Cognitive Anthropology, and has been studying wilderness living and outdoor survival for the last decade. Her expertise lies in the arid Southwest, where the environment can change substantially within a day’s trek; from high desert terrain and imposing slickrock canyons to mountainous ridgtops with bounteous ponderosa pines, and the speckling of precious lakes, creeks and springs.
Most recently, she worked as a Senior Instructor for the Boulder Outdoor Survival School where she instucted 7, 14, and 28 day survival expeditions. She draws her inspiration from the beauty of the elements and their powerful ways.
Elementalways.com is a means for Kirsten to share her knowledge and tell stories of her experiences while living outdoors, to answer questions from other nature enthusiasts who seek information on traditional living skills and survival preparedness, and to arrange private instruction for individuals and groups interested in taking her courses.
Kirsten recently showcased her immense level of skill in a DVD Series entitled “Survival HD”. These are available here.
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