Dave Scott of Earth Native Wilderness School
|This is the first episode of a series in which Sam Coffman discusses primitive living skills and bushcraft with Dave Scott.
Dave Scott is the co-founder and a lead instructor at Earth Native Wilderness School - http://earthnativeschool.com/
Dave has been involved in Environmental Education since 2003 and, in addition to Earth Native Wilderness School, has instructed at several wilderness schools across the country including the Wilderness Awareness School (http://www.wildernessawareness.org/) and Alderleaf Wilderness College.
|Dave is currently one of only 15 individuals in North America qualified as a Track and Sign Specialist through the Cybertracker Conservation evaluation system, an international standard for gauging and enhancing in-field knowledge of wildlife behavior and track and sign identification.
Dave is also the co-author of Bird Feathers: A Guide to North American Species and is currently working toward his Master’s Degree in Environmental Education. As an educator, Dave’s passion is to help his students reconnect with the natural world through wildlife tracking, increased sensory awareness, wilderness survival skills, and the development of a strong sense of place.
Today Sam and Dave talk about:
Check out past podcasts on primitive skills: 'Primitive Skills Vs. Survivalism'
Upcoming Tracking Class on August 12: Introduction To Tracking: Doorway To Nature, Free
I am so grateful for Sam and his work and am excited to see that the primitive skills community in Texas is blossoming. If only we had something this cool in Dallas:)