Please join the Friends of Terra Cotta for a one day intensive course in the
Basics of Wilderness Survival
at Terra Cotta Conservation Area
Join us for a one day intro to Basic Wilderness Survival at Terra Cotta Conservation Area
On Saturday, September 26th, Credit Valley Conservation Foundation hosts a Wilderness Survival Course as fundraiser for the Friends of Terra Cotta. Join David Arama from the Wilderness Survival School for a one-day course. You will gain knowledge in survival preparedness, risk management, shelter building, fire construction, and more.
This course will be a solid introduction to the skills and knowledge necessary to live through a short-term wilderness survival situation.
In this one day course your will gain knowledge in the following skills:
- Survival Preparedness and Avoidance, Risk Management, Survival Kits and Gear
- What to do if lost or stranded (the survival gameplan)
- Shelter building
- Fire construction
- Signalling for help
- Water purification
- Foraging for wild edibles
- Basic compass and GPS navigation
Program is suitable for ages 14+
Saturday, September 26, 2015
10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Terra Cotta Conservation Area, Halton Hills
$99.00 per person / Maximum of 25 participants
Suitable for ages 14+