Acorn Harvesting & Processing- Nov 15

Have you ever wondered what to do with these ubiquitous fall curiosities? Join us for a full day to unlock their hidden edibility. Humans have been eating acorns for thousands of years and some cultures like the Miwok of California relied on them as their staple food. The tribes that roamed Central Texas also harvested and prepared acorns for consumption and we're hoping you can help revive their use locally. This class will teach you how to identify good acorns from bad and various processing techniques to turn them into delicious treats and hardy survival food. ENROLL NOW!

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Upcoming Classes 

With Texas' Premier Wilderness Survival School

Acorn Harvesting & Processing - November 15

Map Reading and Land Navigation - November 22

Camping 101 - November 22-23 (family class)

Knife Making - December 12-14

Primitive Cooking - January 10

Survival Bows - January 11

Wilderness Survival (101) Weekend - January 24-25

Art of Mentoring - March 16-21

Advanced Wilderness Survival - April 11-12

Wildlife Track & Sign Certification with CyberTracker Int’l - May 30-31

...other adult survival classes and the full 2014 schedule

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