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Alderleaf eNewsletter, January 2012 - Herbal Cold Remedy, Human Tracking Course, Upcoming Classes
January 17, 2012
Welcome to the January 2012 eNewsletter from Alderleaf Wilderness College!
1.) Feature Article: Herbal Cold Remedy with Wild Plants
2.) New Class in 2012: Human Tracking Course!
3.) Upcoming Classes and Events...
By Heather Swift
T’is the season for coughing, sneezing and overall unpleasantness that accompanies seasonal colds. While there is no “cure” for the common cold, there are wild herbs that assist the immune system... (Continue reading)
Taught by visiting guest instructor, Rob Speiden, author of Foundations for Awareness, Signcutting & Tracking!
This course teaches the sciences of tracking skills as applied to detecting, interpreting, preserving and following sign of the passage of humans, be they lost, missing or evasive... (Learn more!)
Upcoming Classes and Events!
Check out what's coming up!
Wildlife Tracking Apprenticeship: begins Feb 11, 2012
Field-based training in wildlife tracking skills in the Pacific Northwest. Led by expert trackers.
Wilderness First Aid Training Course: Feb 24-26, 2012
This wilderness first aid course is designed to introduce you to the concepts of medical care in a wilderness setting.
Wilderness Survival Weekend Course: Mar 10-11, 2012
Learn the most important skills for survival: shelter, water, fire, and food. Gain practical, hands-on experience!
Introduction to Permaculture: Mar 17, 2012
Join us for a day to learn about the basics of permaculture - a revolutionary sustainable design system!
View the full lineup of classes at our Courses page!
Applications are now being accepted for the 2012-2013 school year!
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