Welcome to the October 2013 eNewsletter from Alderleaf Wilderness College!
In this issue...
1.) New Virtual Tour Video of Alderleaf!
Watch our new video virtual tour, get a taste of what its like at our amazing land, and see recent projects...
2.) Updates and New Articles by Alderleaf Staff
Natural Cold Remedy Recipe, Top 5 Wilderness Survival Books, How to Build a Survival Stove, Understanding Bird Language...
3.) Upcoming Courses & Events!
Wilderness Survival Weekend Course, Carnivore Tracking Workshop with Sue Morse, Survival Fire Making Skills Class...
Watch the New Virtual Tour of Alderleaf!
Ever wish you could travel out to Alderleaf for a tour? Now you can check out our campus from home through this new video virtual tour. Get a taste of what its like at our amazing land and see what's new!
Watch the Virtual Tour
(If you enjoy the tour please share, tweet, forward, post, etc...!)
Updates and New Articles by Alderleaf Staff
Understanding Bird Language By Fil Tkaczyk
How to Build a Survival Stove By Jeremy Williams
Natural Cold Remedy Recipe By Georgie Lilgreen
Top 5 Wilderness Survival Books By Jeremy Williams
More Articles and Weekly Updates on the Wilderness Certification Program!
Upcoming Courses & Events
Learn more about classes at our Courses page!
Considering the Alderleaf Wilderness Certification Program?
The application period for the 2014-2015 school year is open.
Classes begin September 9th, 2014.
Check out the Certification Program web page!
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Alderleaf Commons Online Forum
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Alderleaf on LinkedIn
Alderleaf on Google+
Alderleaf on Flickr
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Alderleaf Wilderness College
18715 299th Ave SE
Monroe, WA 98272
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