Hypothermia is the most common threat in off grid situations. Learning life sustaining concepts applied to improvised shelters gives you options both at home and away. From being in an unexpected power outage or vehicle mishap without immediate support. To prolonged uncertainty due to current events, having the ability to secure effective and efficient protection from the elements and maintain core temperature are primary life sustaining skills.
Using only what the landscape provides, learn to light a fire, learn to construct a shelter that uses airflow management as well as design features that prevents conduction and protect you from the elements without need of fire, knife, or rope to well below freezing temperatures.Appropriate for all outdoors enthusiasts and experience levels. Level of exertion is equivalent to a mild two mile hike and a couple hours of light yard work.
Course starts 09.00 Saturday to 16.00
Course location:- Maine Primitive Skills School, 716 Church Hill Road, Augusta, ME 04330 www.primitiveskills.com Tel: +1 207-623-7298