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January 2018
$186

Wilderness Survival (University of Guelph)

January 17, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Gryphon Athletics Centre – Gryphon Lounge,

Overview: Learn how to survive in the wilderness ... this course is designed for environmental and resource professionals, hikers, skiers, canoeists & outdoor leaders. Topics include trip planning, map & compass, G.P.S., survival & safety kits, outdoor clothing/footwear, gear & what to do skills (survival game plan) if you become lost: shelters, fire building, signaling, safe use of water, food procurement & basics of search & rescue. The program culminates with a survival simulation weekend outing to a crown land…

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February 2018
$29

Wilderness Survival (Greenwood, Ajax)

February 4, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Overview: This introduction to survival skills and preparedness is a must for anyone, such as hikers, canoeists, hunters, fisher persons and outdoor leads/camp staffs, who ventures into the great outdoors. The format and duration of the program will vary based on the site or vendor. Topics: Proper gear/clothing/footwear Shelter-building and fire-building Signalling for help Setting snares and foraging for food Map and compass basics The “what if?” priority survival skills (shelter construction, fire building with/without matches).

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March 2018
$29

Wilderness Survival (Humber Valley, Toronto)

March 10, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Humber Valley, Toronto, 203 Humber College Blvd
Toronto, Ontario M9W 6V3 Canada
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Overview: This introduction to survival skills and preparedness is a must for anyone, such as hikers, canoeists, hunters, fisher persons and outdoor leads/camp staffs, who ventures into the great outdoors. The format and duration of the program will vary based on the site or vendor. Topics: Proper gear/clothing/footwear Shelter-building and fire-building Signalling for help Setting snares and foraging for food Map and compass basics The “what if?” priority survival skills (shelter construction, fire building with/without matches).

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April 2018
$29

Wilderness Survival (Robertson Tract, Milton)

April 7, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Robertson Tract, Milton, + Google Map

Overview: This introduction to survival skills and preparedness is a must for anyone, such as hikers, canoeists, hunters, fisher persons and outdoor leads/camp staffs, who ventures into the great outdoors. The format and duration of the program will vary based on the site or vendor. Topics: Proper gear/clothing/footwear Shelter-building and fire-building Signalling for help Setting snares and foraging for food Map and compass basics The “what if?” priority survival skills (shelter construction, fire building with/without matches).

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$75

Wilderness Survival 2-day Weekend (Moon River, Muskoka)

April 14, 2018 @ 10:00 am - April 15, 2018 @ 3:00 pm
Moon River, Muskoka District Road 12, Harrison Trail
MacTier, Ontario P0C 1H0 Canada
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Overview: This introduction to survival skills and preparedness is a must for anyone, such as hikers, canoeists, hunters, fisher persons and outdoor leads/camp staffs, who ventures into the great outdoors. The format and duration of the program will vary based on the site or vendor. Topics: Proper gear/clothing/footwear Shelter-building and fire-building Signalling for help Setting snares and foraging for food Map and compass basics The “what if?” priority survival skills (shelter construction, fire building with/without matches).

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May 2018
$29

Wilderness Survival (Guelph Forest, Guelph)

May 5, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Overview: This introduction to survival skills and preparedness is a must for anyone, such as hikers, canoeists, hunters, fisher persons and outdoor leads/camp staffs, who ventures into the great outdoors. The format and duration of the program will vary based on the site or vendor. Topics: Proper gear/clothing/footwear Shelter-building and fire-building Signalling for help Setting snares and foraging for food Map and compass basics The “what if?” priority survival skills (shelter construction, fire building with/without matches).

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$29

Wilderness Survival (Woodend, Niagara)

May 12, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Overview: This introduction to survival skills and preparedness is a must for anyone, such as hikers, canoeists, hunters, fisher persons and outdoor leads/camp staffs, who ventures into the great outdoors. The format and duration of the program will vary based on the site or vendor. Topics: Proper gear/clothing/footwear Shelter-building and fire-building Signalling for help Setting snares and foraging for food Map and compass basics The “what if?” priority survival skills (shelter construction, fire building with/without matches).

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$29

Foraging for Wild Edibles (Woodend, Niagara)

May 13, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Overview: This course will teach students how to identify 50-75 different species of plants, trees, shrubs, ferns, and lichens. The format of the program may vary based on the site or vendor. basic principles of ecology and habitats, species preferences and site distribution, rules and regulations, safety and health concerns, ethics of plant foraging. Students will also learn to make teas, salads, jams and bannock.

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$29

Foraging for Wild Edibles (Humber Valley, Toronto)

May 19, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Humber Valley, Toronto, 203 Humber College Blvd
Toronto, Ontario M9W 6V3 Canada
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Overview: This course will teach students how to identify 50-75 different species of plants, trees, shrubs, ferns, and lichens. The format of the program may vary based on the site or vendor. basic principles of ecology and habitats, species preferences and site distribution, rules and regulations, safety and health concerns, ethics of plant foraging. Students will also learn to make teas, salads, jams and bannock.

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June 2018
$29

Foraging for Wild Edibles (Cootes Forest, Hamilton)

June 2, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Overview: This course will teach students how to identify 50-75 different species of plants, trees, shrubs, ferns, and lichens. The format of the program may vary based on the site or vendor. basic principles of ecology and habitats, species preferences and site distribution, rules and regulations, safety and health concerns, ethics of plant foraging. Students will also learn to make teas, salads, jams and bannock.

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