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Bushcraft, Survival, & Ancestral Skills

Sunday, 19 March '23   10am – 12pm EDT
Michigan Folk School Campus, 7734 Plymouth Road, Ann Arbor MI 48105
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When making your way into the wilderness the most important skills needed for survival include fire making, foraging food, tracking, trapping, hunting game, and shelter-building using basic bushcraft gear. This class is a lecture that examines the similarities and differences between the three schools of thought that are present for minimalist outdoor skills. This serves as an introduction to the hands on skills that will be covered in future classes.

While this class is not required before taking another Bushcrafting class, it is VERY useful.






Michigan Folk School Campus
7734 Plymouth Road
Ann Arbor MI 48105