July 14th, 2011 at 9:59 am (survival skills, primitive living, the human path, texas outdoor education, primitive hunting, wild food sources)
||In this episode, Sam Coffman continues on the topic of the Hunter Gatherer (Level 1) specialty. Some of the topics he covers are:
- More details on the Hunter Gatherer Level 1 class and the limitations and stresses that are imposed on students at this level.
- Foraged edible plants in the wild - myth vs. realities
- Surviving on wild food without animal protein. Is it possible?
- The psychological aspects of dealing with hunger in a survival situation. Both in a group and alone.
- The "attitude" of primitive skills and how vital this is as a skill by itself.
- Part 2 of the Hunter Gatherer (Level 1) course. More details of what expect from this portion of the course, both physically and mentally.
- Learning the knowledge of skills vs. the actual experience
- Small classes, a sense of "community" and how The Human Path courses are different than other survival courses.
- The importance of teamwork and leadership as a part of The Human Path classes
- A brief overview of what the difference is between Core Basic, Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3 classes. What happens differently at each level?
Check out the ongoing primitive survival skill classes in our online calendar. Hunter/Gatherer survival classes have a pre-requisite of the Primitive Core Basic course --- the next one is coming up September 9 - 11th. (details here)