Wilderness Survival Presentations

I’m headed back to Canoecopia in March for a presentation on wilderness survival for paddlers titled “How To Avoid Becoming One With Nature Through The Composting Process.” As such I wanted to be clear about what you won’t hear in my survival presentations:

1. Long, drawn out discussion of equipment; kit is secondary, knowledge is primary.

2. Acronyms that are supposed to explain it all.

3. Cute variations of the word survival (ex. thrival).

4. Proclaiming that the skills I teach are universal and will apply anywhere. They won’t.

5. Dogmatic or spiritual approaches to outdoor living.

The focus is on practicality, reality, and honesty. For a review and information on what’s in my presentations, check out Bryan Hansel’s Nessmucking blog.

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