Winter Survival and Resilience-a 6 Week Immersion
A 6-Week Video Immersion
About the Course
-Do you feel overwhelmed and nervous about the winter season and how to be prepared?
-Would you like to feel more prepared, resilient, and ready for the winter season no matter what the conditions?
-Do you long to be a resource for your family, friends, and community for challenging times?
-Are you hoping to hone your survival and resilience skills for the winter season?
-Do you want to know the exact essential equipment to for your car, home, and backpack to help you be more ready for the challenge of winter conditions?
Then this course is for you!
Nate Summers, survival skills expert , teacher and author will be your lead instructor for this interactive course that unlocks these answers and more for you. During the course, we we will use storytelling, lecture, question and answer, take home field exercises and more to hone all of our winter survival skills. Nate will be also joined by guest instructor and survival skills expert, Jason Knight, the founder of Alderleaf Wilderness College, author of The Essential Skills of Wilderness Survival. Jason will join us on November 15th to offer a special class all on survival shelters in wintertime.
The course will consist of live weekly Zoom classes starting Tuesday, November 8th at 10:30am. AIl of the classes will be recorded and available for viewing at your convenience. In the course, we will look at specific practices, tools, and techniques to help us all be more individually resilient and prepared for winter and how to build a more resilient culture and community including:
-Building Winter Survival Kits for your home, car, and backpack
-Essential ways to winterproof your home and prepare for a winter emergency
-Secret tips, tricks, and skills for building fire and staying warm in winter conditions
-Winter survival shelter designs
-Knowing how much food to have on hand at home, in your car, and with you
-Water purification tips and tricks for almost any conditions including winter weather
-Appropriate gear and clothing and how to adapt and improvise when you don't have it.
By the end of the course, you will be have a set of new tools and teachings to help prepare your for our changing world.
Recordings of all classes will be available to participants!
Zoom conference calls
Tuesdays at 10:30AM PST
Every week for 6 weeks
Early bird price: $147
Normal Price: $197
November 8 10:30 AM
November 15 10:30 AM
November 22 10:30 AM
November 29 10:30 AM
December 6 10:30 AM
December 13 10:30 AM
Special Free Bonuses:
-Excerpts from Awakening Fire-An Essential Guide to Waking Flame, Wood, and Ignition- value of $37
-Free Bonus Course-Access to the 10-part Survival, Resilience and Preparedness Course-with multiple guest survival experts-value of $277
-Free Wild Food e-Cookbook- value of $27
-Survival Kit Checklist for car, home, and backpack
All bonuses included when you sign up today!
Nate Summers, author of Primal: Why We Long to be Wild and Free, and Awakening Fire: An Essential Guide has been a survival skills instructor for over 20 years with a background in anthropology, Asian studies, and natural medicine. He taught and directed at the Wilderness Awareness School for over 15 years, and has served as faculty for the Desert Institute of Healing Arts, the Asian Institute of Medical Studies, and as adjunct faculty for Prescott College. Nate's passions include ethnobotany, natural mentoring, hunter-gatherer childhoods, natural movement, herbal medicine, and internal martial arts
Jason Knight is the director, a co-founder, and an instructor at Alderleaf Wilderness College and is the author of The Essential Skills of Wilderness Survival. He has taught nature skills for over two decades, with expertise in wildlife tracking and wilderness survival skills. He is an experienced wildlife biologist and wilderness skills educator, having worked with conservation organizations, government agencies, and in the private sector. Jason is certified as a Senior Tracker (Track & Sign Specialist and Trailing Specialist) through CyberTracker Conservation International. He received a Bachelor of Science in Wildlife Ecology & Environmental Education from The Evergreen State College and holds a Permaculture Design Certificate. Jason has managed mountain lion studies for the Washington State Department of Fish & Wildlife and assisted with gray wolf research in central Idaho. He worked on many wildlife projects through Wetland Resources, Inc and consulted as a local wilderness skills expert for the "Coastal Catastrophe" episode of the Discovery Channel's Dual Survival television program. He contributed photos to the field guide "Wildlife of the Pacific Northwest" and conducted fieldwork for the book "Tracks & Sign of Reptiles & Amphibians". Jason also enjoys construction projects on the campus, spending time with his family, and playing guitar.