Friction Fire Workshop 7.20.19

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Friction Fire Workshop 7.20.19

75.00

Practice the art of primitive fire making and take home a functioning bow drill kit. Students will learn how to craft a fire in even the most harsh survival conditions. We will also look at other primitive fire making tools.  Great activity for parent and child!

Saturday July 20th, 2019 :: Marrowstone Island, Wa. :: 9 am- 3 pm :: Beginner to Moderate Skill level :: Ages 12 - Adult :: $85 + $10 material fee :: Justin Lake

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Justin Lake has been a nature mentor for CedarRoot since 2009.  His gifts combine natural history, foraging, storytelling, tracking, and primitive skills.  Justin got his start as a young naturalist camping and fishing in Michigan.  He moved to Washington to complete a course on longboat sailing and mountaineering through Outward Bound.  He has attended many gatherings including Michigan Outdoor Skills School and Saskatoon Circle Primitive and Traditional Skills.  He has attended classes at Wilderness Awareness School, been on the staff for the Art of Mentoring, and organized a Wolf Tracking Expedition in partnership with Teaching Drum Outdoor School.  He has served as a Youth Summer Camp Counselor for the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi in SW Michigan.  He has completed both the Beach Naturalist program through WSU and the Northwest Naturalist Program to become a Preserve Steward with the Jefferson Land Trust.  Justin is certified as a Level 4 Wildlife Tracker by CyberTracker Conservation.  His favorite animal is the turtle.