Wilderness Survival Schools in Indiana

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Being able to make a fire using crude and primitive materials may spell the difference between life and death in the wilderness. This skill is one of many being taught at wilderness survival schools and seminars in Indiana and throughout the country. If you have a thirst for survival skills or knowledge on keeping yourself alive in the backcountry and wish to attend a wilderness survivial school in Indiana, there are various options available.

Owl Creek Programs

  • Three-day-long wilderness survival skill programs are taught through the Owl Creek Schools out of Bloomington, Indiana. You will be taught vital skills in shelter construction, fire building, finding and purifying water, wild edible plant identification, backcountry navigation, and processing wild game. Owl Creek asks reservations be made in advance as courses fill up quickly.

    Owl Creek Programs
    P.O. Box 7351
    Bloomington, IN 47407
    812-361-3471
    owlcreekprograms.com

A Greener Indiana/Eehsipana Wilderness School

  • Hide tanning, wild edible food identification, fire building, shelter construction and building, animal tracking, and backcountry navigation are taught at the Eehsipana Wilderness School, part of the A Greener Indiana non-profit organization. Email Eehsipana or leave a message on their social networking page to make reservations or find current class listings for classes in Indiana.

    A Greener Indiana/Eehsipana Wilderness School
    agreenerindiana.com

CORE: Department of Recreation, Parks and Tourism Studies Indiana University

  • Courses in wilderness medicine, backcountry expedition planning, survival skills, leadership and backcountry search and rescue are taught through Indiana University in Bloomington. Matriculated and non-matirculated students may register for courses. If you are seeking a degree in this field of study, an existing curriculum is available for a bachelor's degree. Courses are both classroom and field based.

    CORE: Department of Recreation, Parks and Tourism Studies Indiana University
    1025 E. 7th Street, HPER 133
    Bloomington, IN 47405
    812-855-4711
    indiana.edu

References

  • Photo Credit in the wilderness image by George Muresan from Fotolia.com campfire image by ann triling from Fotolia.com compass image by Sonar from Fotolia.com plants image by Lin from Fotolia.com
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