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Stone Age camp shelter and plants day @ Pathways School

May 21st, 2011

Stone Age camp shelter and plants day

@ Pathways School, Monday, May 23

Join Pathways School director Chris Morasky for a fun and educational foray into the forest and into the past. 

We will explore the fascinating uses of plants, make a fire by rubbing sticks together, cook over the fire that we make, and build a Stone Age shelter that really works to keep out the cold and rain.

All of our needs of food, clothing, shelter, rope, fire, bedding, containers, medicine and even toys can be met through our knowledge of plants.  

Learn which plant makes the best toothbrush, the plant to use to stop bleeding or heal bruises, and even sample various wild plant foods.

Join Pathways School on an exploration of the bountiful plant diversity of the Kootenay region Monday, May 23 from 10 am to 3 pm.  Cost is $35 and children under seven must be accompanied by an adult.

Please bring comfortable shoes, water and your lunch (we’ll be nibbling wild foods along the way, too!).  You might also want to bring light gloves to handle brush, a camera and/or book to press plant specimens as we identify them.

To reserve your space, please RSVP via phone (357-2822) as soon as possible.

Pathways internships

Are you looking for a great way to learn amazing skills and deepen your Pathways experience?  

Join Pathways for a week to a couple of months living at Chris’ farm and sharing in the chores and learning.  

This is a great opportunity to learn more about yourself, your purpose for being, and your connection to the earth!  Interns take most courses for free.  

Contact us for more information.

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