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Expeditions – Summer Training Camps

Conservation College Poster 2016 B copySummer Expeditions designed for ages 18-26 run Sunday-Friday Evening. Click on the links below to compare our cost and expertise to other outdoor schools, and you’ll see that Wolf College expeditions can’t be beat. Registration for summer is now open, with discount for deposits made by March 20th –

June 18-23, 2017: Backcountry Leadership – Wilderness Conservation, Navigation & Risk Management

June 26-30, 2017 Wilderness Skills Sampler at Camp Curran including Daily Classes in Puyallup.

July 2-7, 2017: Teaching Nature: Training for Environmental Educators & Nature Guides

July 9-14, 2017: Wilderness Survival Training & Trek with the following week of July 16-21, 2017 offering the advanced Zombie Apocalypse (survival navigation) and Primal Fusion (traditional living) with prerequisite.

July 24-28, 2017 Wilderness Skills Sampler at Lake Sammamish including Daily Classes in Issaquah.

July 30 – Aug 4, 2017: Tracking Wolf Country – Birds to Big Critters: Cougar, Bear, Elk and the Teanaway Pack

Aug 13-18, 2017: Wild Cooking, Ethnobotany & Herbal Expedition
Aug 13-18, 2017: Traditional Tech: Classical Crafts of the Ancient Artisan

August 27 – Sept 1, 2017: Subsistence Fishing & Honorable Harvesting

Sept 9-10, 2017: Evaluation Workshops on Ethnobiology & Cybertracker (some with prerequisite)

Sept 22-24, 2017: THE WOLF GATHERING Fall Equinox Skillshare Rendezvous

August 26-31, 2018: Scout Philosophy & Mentoring

We also offer Family Camps the weeks of June 27-30, 2017 in Puyallup; July 4-7, 2017 in Olympia; July 24-28, 2017 at Lake Sammamish.

Want to go further in depth? Apply for our spring and summer apprenticeships:

Spring Options: Part-Time Quarter & Semester Apprenticeships

The Neighborhood Naturalist quarter runs April 1 – June 27, 2017 and includes all the Saturday Workshops taking place each weekend, as well as guidance through the Wolf Journey Earth Conservation Courses with emphasis on Book I – Trail of the Neighborhood Naturalist. Apply by March 20th.

The Survival Scout semester runs February 18 – June 16, 2018 and includes all the Saturday Workshops taking place each weekend, as well as guidance through the Wolf Journey Earth Conservation Courses with emphasis on Book IV – Trail of the Survival Scout. Apply by December 25th.

Summer Options: Full-Time Earth Skills Apprenticeship and Farm Internship

The Earth Skills Teaching Apprenticeship are for students who want to learn wilderness skills in a fast-paced, outdoor setting. Apply now.

The Blue Skye Farm Internship are for students who want to work learn entrepreneurial homesteading, sustainability and “permaculture” which is a revolutionary lifestyle of appropriate living that cultivates the home environment in a way that benefits nature and humans. Apply now.