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SVLA With Ember Spring 2025


A collaboration between Making Tracks and South Valley Leadership Academy

  • Starts Jan 8, 2025
  • From 100 US dollars
  • SVLA

Course Details

Course Objectives Participants will study and journal about local ecology including medicinal/edible plants, animal behavior, birds, and tracks. They will practice fundamental survival skills such as fire by friction, cordage making, stone tools, and water purification. Students will play games and participate in facilitated experiences to hone sensory and situational awareness skills necessary for outdoor survival. Students will play an active role in their education by providing verbal feedback to the instructor who will guide the class in their preferred direction. Examples of Skills Taught Sit spot meditation journaling biology Survival skills shelter water fire wood working medicinal/edible plants Wandering nature-based games tracking and awareness bird language About the Course This course is for members of South Valley Leadership Academy only. If you would like to participate, please contact them for the access code. The curriculum in this course will be customized to their class and students. Participants will be learning the fundamentals of outdoor etiquette and survival skills. Age Range: 7-18 (littles welcome to stay during parent volunteer days) Please note our scheduled Vacation Days: No Class 2/12,4/2 1327 West 5550 South, Taylorsville, UT, USA



Questions?

  • SVLA

    1327 West 5550 South, Taylorsville, UT, USA

    6503945532

    info@makingtracks.co

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