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Enroll in the Certification Program!, Urban Foraging, New Video - Alderleaf eNews, August 2013
August 28, 2013

Welcome to the August 2013 eNewsletter from Alderleaf Wilderness College!

In this issue...

1.) Still Time to Enroll for September!
There's still space in the upcoming year of the Alderleaf Wilderness Certification Program and Wildlife Tracking Apprenticeship...

2.) Feature Article: Urban Foraging
Many of the weeds we might battle in our gardens and in our lawns are plants that are edible and nutritious....

3.) New Video - Plants That Repel Mosquitoes
Alderleaf instructor, Jason Knight, shares tips on what plants can be used to help repel mosquitoes...

4.) Upcoming Courses & Events!
Mushroom Foraging Class, Wilderness Survival Weekend Course, Wilderness First Aid Course...

Still Time to Enroll for September!

There's still space in the upcoming year of the Wilderness Certification Program and Wildlife Tracking Apprenticeship, though time is running out!

The Wilderness Certification Program begins on September 10th, and the Wildlife Tracking Apprenticeship begins September 7th.

Join us this year before tuition increases take place in 2014!

Feature Article: Urban Foraging

by Fil Tkaczyk

Emergency situations can become harsh survival realities, and having knowledge of some of the wild plants in your area can be one of the life saving keys that help you and your family make it through. Even if you end up leaving your home during an emergency, you are still likely to run into these same plants just about anywhere you go...(Read More)

New Video - Plants That Repel Mosquitoes

Jason and Gabe just finished putting together this video on "Plants That Repel Mosquitoes". It supplements our existing article on the topic. Watch it here: Plants That Repel Mosquitoes video and article

Let us know what you think!

Upcoming Courses & Events

Dates: Course:
Sep 7 Wildlife Tracking Apprenticeship begins
Sep 10 Wilderness Certification Program begins
Oct 19 Wild Mushroom Identification Class
Nov 2-3 Wilderness Survival Course
Nov 25 Survival Fire Making Skills Class
Dec 13-15 Wilderness First Aid Training Course

Learn more about classes at our Courses page!

Considering the Alderleaf Wilderness Certification Program?

There is still time to apply for the 2013-2014 school year.
Classes begin September 10th, 2013.

Check out the Certification Program web page!

Did you know that Alderleaf has a blog and forum, and is also on social sites?

Check them out...

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