Fangs, claws, jaws and teeth! Journey into Pacific Northwest Native American life with flint knapping, fire-building and spear-making to be a predator and survive!
Thursday Field Trip: Cascadia State Park 9-4pm. Bus fee $20.
Overnight Camping Option: Cascadia State Park-Wednesday, August 9. Available to ages 8-14. Space limited to 12 students. Fee $40 (includes $20 bus fee). Depart 3:30-4pm.
Monday: Bears with fire, food storage, flint knapping rotations
- Learn how to flint knap rocks
- Collect food and learn how to store food away from bears
- Discover how to survive around and with bears
- Explore the size and kinds of bears in the valley
- Build fire as a survival tool
Tuesday: Wild Cats with stalking and spear making
- What is a wild cat and where they are found in the world
- Can you stay hidden in the forest (Silent and camouflaging)
- Find a spear stick – rap and decorate protection tool
- Catching fish at the river – spearfishing verse net fishing
Wednesday: Coyotes packs and hunting arrows – Learn about dogs and how their senses can help us
- Tracking with smells and wild game trails
- Hunt down rodents with canines sense of smell
- Use a bow and arrow
- Learn to make Traps
Wednesday: Overnight Camping for ages 8-14 at Cascadia State Park
- Sign up early space limited to 12 students
- $40 Camping fee (includes $20 bus fee)
- These students will stay all day with other campers that will arrive the next morning.
Thursday Field Trip for all other campers: Cascadia State Park
- Drop off and pick up at AHNC. Depart promptly at 9am. All campers return by 4pm.
- Bus transportation fee: $20
- Visit Kalapuya trails, waterfall, and wildlife
Friday: Predator vs prey arrows, atl’atls, and shelters
- Balance populations
- Habitat space, food, shelter, and water needs for animals
- Finish flint knapping
- Where animals find shelter
- Building shelters
Fill out my online form.