One weekend a month of support, training, and inspiration for your journey of nature connection & cultural recovery. Join us at The Wildwood Path!

Learning these ancient skills opens doorways to connection & reciprocity that can change your life and change the world.

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October 12 – 14

Welcoming and Inspiration!

Navigating hazards and getting comfortable in the wild. Basic survival skills: Shelter, Water, Fire and Food. Making coal-burned spoons and beginning the cycle of the year through ceremony. Playing and connecting!

November 9 – 11

Orientation and Motivation

Fall Wild Food Harvest and medicine-making; Navigation and honing a “sense of direction”; Cordage-making and advanced shelters. Reclaiming and honoring our own adolescent Rites of Passage.

December 7 – 9

Focus and Depth

Working with animal hides; Winter camping skills; Storytelling and culture-building, Gratitude ceremony and practice.

January 18 – 20 (Note date change)

Healing and Care

Growing skills with Fire; Leatherworking and Pouch-making; Honoring our pain for the world & releasing grief in sacred ritual.

February 22 – 24

Relaxing and Connecting

Wildlife tracking and winter marine ecology; Winter wild food foraging; Pine needle basketry; claiming our own leadership and community skills.

March 22 – 24

Stepping into Strength

Archery workshop; felling trees and splitting wood with Axe and Saw; sacred harvest circle; Fire by Friction; Equinox ritual.

April 19 – 21 (Note date change)

Oneness with the Wild

The secrets of bird language; Cooking with Fire; wild embodiment and advanced awareness practices.

May 17 – 19

Deepening the Journey

Forest Scout Skills! Camouflage, sneaking, and stalking. Spring wild edibles harvest; Dreaming up and digging down into personal passions; working on final projects,

June 7 – 9

Weaving the Web

Living with the land as we use all of our skills, tools, crafts and visions to craft a culminating ceremonial wilderness experience in order to step strongly out onto our paths and initiate ourselves into the next steps of our journeys with the wild.