Survival Fire Making Skills Class

Survival Fire Making Skills
Course Details:

Date: Nov 14, 2020
Duration: 1pm to 4pm
Location: Monroe, WA
Instructor: Alderleaf staff
Cost: $77

Learn how to create fire with natural materials! This course covers bow drill and other fire-starting techniques. Each participant builds a bow drill kit to practice with and take home!

An understanding of fire making skills can be a life-saver in a wilderness survival situation. From warming a shelter, to purifying water, and cooking food, survival fire skills are an essential tool for cool climate environments. The class includes demonstrations, practical information, and hands-on practice.

In this class you will:

  • Learn how to prepare, construct, and maintain a campfire
  • Gain an understanding of various fire starting methods
  • Learn the principles of primitive friction fire-making
  • Construct a bow drill kit which you can take home
  • Practice making coals/fires with the bow drill
  • Learn about hand drill and flint & steel techniques

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"The survival fire class was fantastic! A great way to spend a Saturday."
-Cindy L., Survival Fire Making Class Participant

"Loved it. Super Fun. Thank you!"
-Tanya, Survival Fire Making Class Participant

"I went from city boy to survival fire making man!"
-Jeff, Survival Fire Making Class Participant

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