We couldn't be more excited to open our doors to the public in August of 2015. We will be hosting a community potluck on Saturday, August 15th on our campus in Sedro-Woolley, WA to celebrate the new beginning. Our first official course, the Ethnobotany Apprenticeship, will begin during the last weekend of August with the Tracking and Hunter/Gatherer Apprenticeships following on shortly afterwards. We will be offering short courses in Wild Friction Fire, Short Term Survival and Bird Language and Behavior during the Fall months as well.
The purpose of this blog is to educate our audience with videos, articles and general posts which capture all of the projects that we are working on in our free time relative to homesteading and naturalist studies. We're also open to having guest posters periodically to widen our knowledgebase so please contact us if you have anything relative which you'd like to share.