Experience safe, successful and profound outdoor adventures! Wolf Camp directors Kim & Chris Chisholm oversee every course within our hallmark 6-1 ratio of students-to-highly trained instructors, ensuring you and your family will be inspired in nature, will learn in depth, and will love your Wolf Camp experience.
• Lake Sammamish for 6 weeks in late July-August. Camp themes include the Wilderness Skills Sampler, Wilderness Survival Craft, Wildlife Search & Rescue, Wild Cooking & Herbology, Secrets of the Ancient Scout, The American Pioneer, and for returning campers Advanced Nature & Survival.
• Puyallup the first week of July with themes including the Wilderness Skills Sampler, and Advanced Nature & Survival.
• Olympia in the middle of July with themes including Wild Chefs & Herbology and Wilderness Survival Craft.
Overnight Camps & Expeditions in beautiful Western Washington & Oregon
June 24-29, 2018: Backcountry Leadership – Navigation, Risks & Conservation in sagebrush canyonlands east of Seattle WA.
July 1-6, 2018: Wild Discovery Film Camp: Intro to Nature & Survival Skills running simultaneously with Teaching Nature: Training for Environmental Educators & Nature Guides.
July 15-20, 2018: The Wildlife Safari – Animal Tracking & Photography with even-year travel to the Oregon Coastal Dunes, and transportation available from Seattle-Puyallup-Olympia-Vancouver-Portland-Salem-Eugene.
July 22-27, 2018: Wilderness Skills Family Camp for all ages at Lake Sammamish.
Jul 29 – Aug 3, 2018: Archers, Artists & Artisans on Lake Sammamish with near-by harvesting field trips.
August 12-17, 2018: Wild Chefs & Herbal Medics starting at Deception Pass and ending on Lake Sammamish.
August 26-31, 2018: Secrets of the Ancient Scout runs on even years at Lake Sammamish.
The Conservation College started in the 1990’s by offering classes and workshops on ethnobiology including wildlife tracking and birding, wilderness survival skills, wild edible cooking, herbal medicine making, traditional craftwork, permaculture and more. Join us in 2018 for a day, week, or entire season!
Summer Expeditions follow the same schedule as our overnight camps listed above.
Full-Time Summer Farm Internship is a residential program running June-Sept and is certified by the Washington State Farm Internship Program. Apply now for Summer 2018.
Full-Time Summer Earth Skills Teaching Apprenticeship has been our hallmark experience since 1999. It’s a fast-paced, residential wilderness skills educational training program unique to the field. Apply asap to be part of our 20th Summer!
Adults and accompanied youth can join us for weekend workshops in the spring and fall, as well as for morning and afternoon summer classes during select weeks:
May – Wild Edible Plants & Herbal Medicine Making
June – Sustainable Home & Gardens Workshop
June – Edible Seaweeds & Shellfish of the Salish Sea
June – Paleo Lifestyle Workshop
June – Subsistence Shore Fishing: Piers, Rivers & Lakes
July – Classes for All Ages in Puyallup
July – Wilderness Survival with Bow Drill Fire Making
Aug – Harvesting & Processing Natural Plant Fibers for Baskets & More
Aug – Ancient Artisans including Bows, Arrows & At-Latls as well as Leather Hide-Tanning
Aug – Backcountry Navigation & Leadership
Aug – Bird Voices, Wildlife Safety & Awareness, Animal Tracks & Trails
Oct – THE WOLF GATHERING Fall Equinox Skillshare Rendezvous
Oct – Wild Autumnal Harvest – Mushrooms, Acorns, Nettles & Rose Hips
Oct – Animal Trailing & Photography in Elk Country
Questions? Call or text 425-248-0253 or email us anytime. We look forward to your participation in nature.