We teach people how to live with nature. Rick Cahais has been involved with primitive skills (flint knapping, edible plants, shelter building, fire building without the use of matches or lighters, canoeing and hiking as well he has also assisted on several anthropological studies both here in Canada as well as overseas in Germany and Belgium. These studies have ranged from treaty questions from the Supreme Court of Canada, to a study for the Neolithic Museum of Ramioulle http://www.ramioul.org/EN/index.html, Belgium comparing neolithic houses to Iroquoian longhouses, to primitive skills exhibitions for several museums, schools and events across Germany and Ontario.
Take Hwy 654 (Wasi Rd) west to Sunset Cove Rd. (Young’s Gas, Convenience and LCBO on corner) turn south and drive straight. Sunset Cove Rd. Turns westward and Muskeg is straight through. First house on the left. Cost is $75 Canadian. Date is November 26. Group size is limited to 10 people so call and book your spot. (705) 752-4681 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We’ll show you how to start with a raw material like the flint. Using tools such as pebble stone and antler you will learn the techniques required to make tools made from flint such as arrow heads, spear points, saws, drills, knife blades, etc.
Hi Rick! Warm welcome to C&NN Connect. I'm the forum host. I'm glad you found us and hope you make yourself at home in discussions and groups. Our Natural Teachers Network and our Canada C&N group will probably interest you, among others. Your program sounds fantastic! It seems there is a real call for the re-learning of primitive and basic nature skills. I'm so glad you listed your upcoming workshop and I hope you'll continue to share your activities, ideas and photos with us and find this a rich source of resources. For any questions about the network, see our FAQ page. Hope to see you here again soon. (You are also involved on our Facebook page, right? Wonderful.) Cheers!