Wilderness Survival 101

January 14-15

Join Earth Native School for a two-day basic wilderness survival and self-reliance course and learn natural resource based primitive wilderness survival skills utilized by indigenous populations for hundreds of thousands of years. These skills have served human kind for hundreds of thousands of years and require no modern materials or supplies. 

Are you and your loved ones prepared? 

ENROLL NOW

Upcoming Adult Classes 

With Texas' Premier Outdoor, Nature, and Wilderness Survival School

Wilderness Bushcraft - December 3-4 **postponed due to weather**

Wilderness Survival 101 - January 14-15

Brain Tanning Buckskins - January 21-22

Bow Building - February 18-19 & 25-26

Coiled Yucca Baskets - March 11

Knot Tying 101 - March 12

Art of Mentoring - March 13-18

Wilderness Survival 101 - March 25-26

…Other adults classes and the full 2016/17 schedule


Upcoming Youth Classes

Muddy Shoes: Preschool Explorers - December 17

Muddy Shoes: Preschool Explorers - January 21

Knife Carving & Safety - February 18

More than S’mores - February 19

Muddy Shoes: Preschool Explorers - February 25

Ninja Coyotes - February 26

Sticks and Stones - March 12

Muddy Shoes: Preschool Explorers - March 25

Fire! - March 26

Muddy Shoes: Preschool Explorers - April 22

Primitive Projectiles - May 20

Tracking Detectives May 21

Other youth classes and the full 2016/17 schedule

I have attended courses at ENWS for 4 years.  To call the classes "impactful" is a severe understatement.  They have been perspective altering.  To quote Thomas Henry Huxley:
"To a person uninstructed in natural history, his country or sea-side stroll is a walk through a gallery filled with wonderful works of art, nine-tenths of which have their faces turned to the wall. Teach him something of natural history, and you place in his hands a catalogue of those which are worth turning around."
Earth Native's classes are mostly outdoors, always interesting, and a great way to change your perspective.  As for me, it has granted me a catalogue (to reference the quote) that now permeates the way I perceive the natural world.  Instead of a city-boy with zero confidence in the wilderness, I now feel competent to the level of comfort in being part of nature.
I owe a lot to ENWS and will never be able to repay the debt. - JB





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