Whether it is a special day for your children, a private family trip, or a one-time-only community expo day, WilderSkills can tailor our curriculum to fit your needs. Please contact us and we will brainstorm together about how primitive wilderness skills will be a special addition to your event.
Classroom Experiences and Trips
WilderSkills staff will come to your school or homeschool group and do instruction in the following areas: Basic Survival (Shelter, Water, Fire, Food), Primitive tools and crafting, and nature observation and appreciation. We will also help you arrange day-long field trips for your students that promise to provide unique wilderness experiences. Please allow at least 3 weeks of advance time to schedule an in-school program or field trip.
Change the way your community interacts with the environment! Looking for a special demonstration or display at your local community center? WilderSkills brings refreshing, and engaging indoor and outdoor activities that can spice up any event.
Afterschool should be the time for students to take what they’ve learned in school and apply it through play and exploration. We will go in depth, exploring wilderness survival and primitive skills and awareness. Our afterschool programs run 2-3 hours each afternoon, spanning the entire school year. The repeated exposure and directed play outdoors will help your child gain a deeper understanding of themselves and nature, and to learn the necessary skills to slow down, disconnect from video games and television, and build confidence.
WilderSkills staff and associated instructors have the outdoor expertise you need for your next big project. We are a great resource for companies and individuals in need of outdoor related strategic development and execution services for putting together large-scale outdoor themed events, media projects, education curriculums, and more!
Outdoor Training for Educators
We offer adult training courses specifically directed to educators – to help you gain the basic skills you need to encourage your students to connect with nature.