“Simply put, Bushcraft is the “arts & crafts” of wilderness survival.”
– Maple Leaf Survival
Time: 9:00am – 4:30pm
Expand your comfort zone and be prepared before heading out on your next adventure by participating in the Survival Skills Course, instructed by Maple Leaf Survival and hosted by Oak Hammock Marsh.
This indoor/outdoor workshop will give you an interactive opportunity to learn basic survival concepts and techniques, and become familiar with items essential to your survival kit.
This course will cover the following topics:
Pre-Registration is required by November 7, 2012.
Members $54 + GST (includes lunch)
Non-Members $54 + GST + Admission (includes lunch)
Minimum age requirement 12 years old. Participants under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.
Pre-register by phone at (204) 467-3300
*Equipment provided by BushcraftCanada.com
Join Maple Leaf Survival October 27th and November 17th at Fort Whyte Alive and learn survival concepts and techniques at the Siobhan Richardson Field Station, a private facility located right on the water!
Maple Leaf Survival will teach basic survival concepts and techniques for safe and effective enjoyment of the great outdoors. Course topics include: shelter building, finding and treating water, fire by friction using a bow drill, survival food, knife and axe skills, basic navigation and rescue, and what your essential survival kit should look like.
A hot lunch and snacks will be provided by the Buffalo Stone Café. Participants must be 12 years of age and older to participate; registrants under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. You will receive a voucher for 20% off Trail Dream purchases and a code for 8% off BushcraftCanada.com purchases.
Register at (204) 989-8355
Fee: $60 each or register with a friend and pay just $100 for both
Note: Course must be paid in full prior to course date.
This secluded 2,000 square foot lakeside Field Station is surrounded by mature aspen forest. To lighten our carbon footprint, participants are asked to walk in and out of this location. The 20 minute fresh air hike passing the Bison Prairie and following along the lake is the perfect way to decompress before and after meetings. Ideal for corporate retreats of up to 35 participants, the Field Station is available year-round. Interested in an overnight option? Three architecturally unique cabins each sleep 10 in a common style space with a personal window onto the natural world at each bed.
See you there!