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Wilderness Living Course

MARCH 9th-11th


40% discount for active and retired Military and first responders 

email us at [email protected] to receive your discount. 

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Is there something in you saying "there must be more"? 


Come join us for our wilderness living course. Immerse yourself in nature and embark on an adventure to find "the more"! Develop confidence and be empowered as you learn the almost forgotten ways of the past. Gain access to ancient wisdom, and discover how to live a life of purpose and fulfillment!  



Wilderness Living Course info

No prior experience needed. Come alone or bring the family! Participants under 15 must be accompanied by guardian. Participants age 15-18 may come with out a guardian, but will have to have permission and waiver signed by a guardian). The course is 3 days and 2 nights. The wilderness living course provides more in-depth training on everything we cover in our Basic Survival Course plus a Wildcrafter Workshop with Stacie Walker on March 11th. This workshop will give you a foundation to build on in your personal journey to self-reliance. 


Schedule


DAY 1

9:00AM-5PM

Course Overview

Every Day Carry 

Short Term Shelter

Long Term Shelter

 

Day 2

9:00AM-5PM

Fire Lays

Ferro Rod

Friction Fire

 

Day 3

9:00AM-5:00PM

Water Procurement

Traps and Snares

Foraging

Wildcrafting


*At the end of day 1 and 2 participants will be given instructions on a couple bushcraft projects and encourage to work together to accomplish. 



INSTRUCTORS



SOME OF THE KILLS COVERED INCLUDE;


EDC

Every Day Carry items to add to your kit


Shelter

Build a variety of short and long term survival shelters


Fire

Primitive and modern ways to make fire


Water

Primitive and modern water procurement


Food

Various ways to procure food along with butchering/processing and preparing for consumption. 


Primitive Cordage 

Learn to make cordage from a variety of primitive materials. 


Bushcrafting

Learn to make a variety of containers, chairs, and tools for long term survival/wilderness living situations. 


Wildcrafting

Edible and medicinal plant identification and ways to use them for your benefit. 





For more information and a suggested equipment list click here!



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LODGING

Bring whatever camping gear you need to make your stay comfortable; tent, hammock, sleeping bags, tarp, etc (no RVs or campers). You will be camping fairly close to the parking area and will have access to your vehicle during the duration of the course. The course is three days and two nights.  


Class starts at 9:00 AM every day. It is not mandatory, but for participants that live farther away, you may arrive after 5:00 PM the day before the first day of class at no extra cost. Be sure to coordinate this with us by calling 662-312-1401, so we can be sure to have an instructor present to show you where to set up.  

 

Equipment 

If you live in the Starkville area much of these supplies can be purchased at Army Navy Pawn & Gun. They have also offered a discount on these supplies if you are purchasing for this course, so be sure to let them know! 


Needed

• Small-Medium Backpack or Day-Bag

• Outdoor Clothing

• Fixed blade knife (between4-6”)

• Overnight Camping Gear

• Canteen or hydration source

• Flash light and/or Headlight


Recommended

• Poncho or Rain Gear (optional)

• Folding saw

• Paracord

• Ferro Rod

• Insect repellant

• Sunscreen

• Hygiene Kit

• First Aid Kit


Optional

• Hatchet or Axe 

• Survival fishing/Packable fishing kit

• Work gloves 


Food and Water 

Water source will be provided, but be sure to have a canteen or hydration device. Food is your choice. We suggest something you can cook over an open fire or whatever camp cooking equipment you bring. You will have access to your vehicle and the training area is fairly close to town and local eateries.


DIRECTIONS

Directions to the training area will be provided upon registration for the course.


REFUND POLICY 

Payments are non-refundable. If you can’t make it to a course you already paid for you can roll that payment over as a credit towards any of our courses. Credit is good for two years from payment.  


This is a family friendly course. Training will usually end around 5:00 PM every day. We will have some projects for participants to work on in their free time. It is free time and you can go to town or go for a walk or make new friends. We do ask that everyone be considerate of fellow students. No fighting, loud music, or drugs allowed in the camping area or training areas.  Kingdom Outdoor instructors reserve the right to send students home at their discretion if their actions disrupt training or jeopardize the wellbeing of other students. No refund will be issued and no credit provided for future courses.

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