We’ve updated the information on our Yearlong Bushcraft Immersion Program for 2010. Changes include the addition of a 2-week winter survival and travel course and that the course will begin with the fall semester instead of the spring. Although our costs will go up with adding the winter course, we’re keeping the tuition the same.
Beginning with the 2010-2010 course, the program will begin with the fall semester. It includes the fall semester (9 weeks), a two-week winter program (to be scheduled in January or February of 2011), a 4-week canoe expedition (to be scheduled in May of 2011), and our practical exam. During the interim periods, students will be responsible for nature studies, projects and other bookwork. They don’t stay at the field school during the interim periods. We organize the program this way to maximize learning and practical experience while minimizing burnout and exhaustion.
If you have any questions let me know.