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Winter Native Skills Camp

Taught by Mark Hay with one assistant teacher
Camp is designed for kids 7 - 14 years old
Space is limited to just 10 students.

Native Skills Camp Winter Break 2016:
Special 3 Day Sessions, Winter Feast!

In each of these three day sessions we will be
building a winter shelter, shooting bows and arrows
at theSantiago Park Archery Range, and preparing
a big feast cooked over a campfire without metal tools,
foil, pots or pans!

Winter Session 1:
9am-3pm, Mon Dec 19-Wed Dec 21, 2016
Santiago Park Nature Reserve, Santa Ana
$160 per student

Winter Session 2:
9am-3pm, Tues Dec 27-Thurs Dec 29, 2016
Santiago Park Nature Reserve, Santa Ana
$160 per student

Students will be learning to meet basic human needs of shelter, water, fire, and food in simple and practical ways, without using metal or modern tools. Along the way they will be connecting with wild nature and the skills of our ancient ancestors who lived close to the earth.

In these Special 3 Day Sessions we will build a shelter, practice awareness skills, learn native and non-native plants, shoot bows and arrows, learn about bow drill and hand drill fire making tools, and prepare a feast together over the fire without using metal pots, pans, or modern tools.

Class happens RAIN or SHINE!

We will be constructing a large rain proof shelter that we will use if we have rain. In case of heavy wind and rain, we are also fortunate to have access to an indoor classroom at our class site, Santiago Park Nature Reserve in Santa Ana.

Space is limited to just 10 students with Mark and one assistant teacher.

To register or if you have any questions, please contact Mark at MNHAY2000@yahoo.com or 714-307-9481



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