Mid-Atlantic Primitive Skills Group
Flint Knapping Apprenticeship is provided by Ancestral Knowledge
Contents of learning during this program are:
A certificate of Completion will be awarded to those who complete all the Flint Knapping Apprenticeship program requirements.
August 4, 11, 18, & 25 -- 6pm - 9pm
Sept 1 & 8 -- 6pm - 9pm
Sept 3 - 4 -- 9am - 5pm
Location: Mount Rainier, MD
$525 per person (MAPS Members Only) includes materials and tools. That's a $75 Discount!
A $200 deposit and pre-registration is required.
Select Wilderness Skills Apprenticeship Program in the form's pull down menu.
Indicate that you are a MAPS Group member in the Additional Comments block of the form for the MAPS Group Discount to apply.
Signup a friend and receive an additional 10% discount.
Not a MAPS Group Member?? Join Here before you signup!
Important Note: This discount is ONLY for MAPS Group Members. Indicate that you are a MAPS Group member in the Additional Comments block of the registration form for the MAPS Group Discount to apply. You will NOT be able to claim the discount if you show up on the day of the class. Your membership will be verified by Ancestral Knowledge.
Anyone 18 years old or older. Any skill level is welcome (anyone under 18 must be interviewed and accepted into this program)
Each participant is expected to conduct additional research and practice to augment their learning process. Assignments will be provided periodically to further the learning experience.
Each student is responsible for finding and providing their own lodging.
Ancestral Knowledge is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization operated by a community of naturalists who specialize in native life skills. They use the earth and natural surroundings as a tool to teach wilderness survival and primitive living skills, activities, and philosophies. They can custom design their outdoor education presentations and programs to fit the needs of schools, community groups, families and individuals.
They combine two unique methods of teaching--Experiential Education (learning by doing) and Coyote Teaching (guiding, not giving)--allowing their participants to develop a way of thinking that increases problem solving and self-reliance skills.
The location will be provided upon registration for the class.
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