Welcome to the April 2009 Alderleaf eNewsletter from Alderleaf Wilderness College!
In this issue...
1.) Feature Article: Bow and Drill Fire Making
There is nothing quite like making your very own fire completely from scratch, using a bow and drill!...
2.) New! Alderleaf Commons - Forum Site!
Announcing the launch of Alderleaf Commons - a place to network and discuss wilderness survival, tracking, plants, and more...
3.) Upcoming Spring Courses!
Tracking Workshop with Susan Morse, Wilderness Scout Skills Intensive, Medicinal Plants Course...
Feature Article: Bow and Drill Fire Making
There is nothing quite like making your very own fire completely from scratch, using a bow and drill! Of the many ways to make primitive-style friction fires, the bow and drill is one of the most practical methods to learn. The technique works well in nearly all environments across the globe...
Alderleaf Commons - Our New Forum Site!
Announcing the launch of Aldereaf Commons - a place to network and discuss wilderness survival, wildlife tracking, edible & medicinal plants, and more! Moderated by Alderleaf instructors, its a great place to ask questions and share photos, video, and audio. Check out Alderleaf Commons at:
Upcoming Spring Courses!
Check out our exciting upcoming spring classes:
Tracking Workshop with Susan Morse:
April 25-26, 2009
Join renowned tracker, Susan Morse, to learn about cougar, lynx, bear, and other Northwest tracks and sign.
Wilderness Scout Skills Intensive:
May 4-8, 2009
Learn the skills of the ancient scouts - nature awareness, bird language, and more - in this exciting five day immersion program!
Medicinal Plants Course:
June 26-28, 2009
Learn about medicinal plants in the beautiful foothills of the northeastern Cascade Mountains.
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