(New York Times Photo Clip 7/06/2020) Our virtual online classes are intensive, interactive, one-hour sessions with time afterwards for questions and discussion with instructors Kim & Chris Chisholm. These distance-learning programs are perfect for independent study and enjoyment of outdoor skills wherever you may be.
Tuesday Classes focus on Herbal Medicine & Plant Crafts in the Autumn Season from Sept 15 – Nov 17, 2020, followed by Gardening & Cooking Wild Edible Foods in the spring of 2021. Tuesday class options include • 1 PM Pacific / 4 PM Eastern for micro-school learning pods, homeschoolers, and youth and family; or choose • 5 PM Pacific / 8 PM Eastern for adults – with teens, high school and college students welcome.
Thursday Classes focus on Wilderness Survival & Bushcraft Skills in the Autumn Season from Sept 17 – Nov 19, 2020, followed by Natural Navigation, Wildlife Tracking & Birding in the spring of 2021. Tuesday class options include • 1 PM Pacific / 4 PM Eastern for micro-school learning pods, homeschoolers, and youth and family; or choose • 5 PM Pacific / 8 PM Eastern for adults – with teens, high school and college students welcome.
Experience our summer nature and wilderness camps taught by highly skilled instructors who specialize in outdoor risk management and teaching to kids and adults alike. Whatever your outdoor interest, we work hard to ensure that you and your family will love the Wolf Camp experience.
- Kids Nature Day Camps – Exciting and educational programs such as Wilderness Survival, Animal Tracking, Wild Edible and Medicinal Plants, and more. Geared towards ages 7-13 in the summers of 2020-21.
- Youth Overnight Camps – Delve deeper into Wilderness Survival and our other themes introduced at day camps, or branch out to some of our specialty courses such as the Wildlife Tracking Safari, and Wild Chefs & Herbal Medics. Great for ages 9-17.
- Virtual Summer Camps for kids, youth and family run weekly and include M-F hours of 9-10 AM Pacific Online Camp Instruction; 10:00-11:30 Independent Outdoor Activities, 11:30-12:30 Pacific Mid-Day Session & Live Instruction; 12:30-2:00 Independent Outdoor Activities; 2:00-3:00 PM Pacific Closing Session, Review, Show & Tell. Camp themes include • Virtual Secret Spot, • Farm The Yard, • Wild Cooking & Herbology, • Wildlife Search & Rescue, • Wilderness Survival Craft and • The Conservation Scout. The past meets the future, from our backyard to yours!
“Huck’s Song” written by Chris Anderson.
Kim & Chris Chisholm continue to offer Summer Residential Programs including the Earth Skills Teaching Apprenticeship which is an environmental educational, work-trade program unique to the field and piloted in 1999.
In addition, the Blue Skye Farm Internship is the primary farm program Chris and Kim started in a decade ago. It has been certified by the Washington State Farm Internship Program since 2016.
Chris & Kim introduce the chickens of Blue Skye Farm, home of Wolf Camp & School of Natural Science