Survival Stone Tools Class
Stone Tools Course Details:
Available as a custom course
for groups upon request.
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Before the advent of metal-working all of our ancestors depended on implements made out of rock for survival. Stones can be shaped into a variety of functional tools, such as arrowheads, axes, knives, and grinding implements. Having a basic understanding of how to shape and use rock is an invaluable wilderness survival skill.
In this day-long workshop, participants learn how to use common stones found in Western Washington. Each participant creates a basic stone knife and other tools to take home.
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