Ancestral Living Skills Camp is a week of wilderness exploration, tracking animals, making tools from what we find in nature, learning to identify and prepare wild edibles and creating crafts to take home.
Locations: Mon. and Tues. at Trestles Beach, Wed. at O’Neill Regional Park, Thurs. and Fri. at Trabuco Canyon
Instructors: Evan Brown & Caroline Colesworthy
$225*/child, $200*/sibling per week
Ancestral Living Skills: Students will re-learn some of the essential living skills of our ancestors and re-tune their senses to the natural world; crafting bows and arrows, recognizing local edible and medicinal plants, making fire with a bow drill, playing awareness games, and identifying tracks and animal signs.
Location: Mon. and Tues. at Trestles Beach, Wed. at O’Neill Regional Park, Thurs. and Fri. at Trabuco Canyon
Instructor: Evan Brown & Caroline Colesworthy
$225/teen, $200/sibling per week