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Frosted Flier, Cold Lake, Alberta 

To prepare themselves for that type of emergency, for years the Canadian Forces has been conducting an exercise called Frosted Flier. This week, 29 members of the Ground Search and Rescue Team went through the training. Mors Kochanski, Kelly Harlton and Randy Breeuwsma joined in with the training. Thanks to Jonathan McArthur for having them join in.


Upcoming

Art Gallery of Alberta

Mors Kochanski's illustrations will be featured at the Art Gallery of Alberta in Edmonton from January 28 to May 7, 2017. On Feb. 12, 2017 both Mors and Randy will be at the Art Gallery to put on a workshop on survival. Art Gallery of Alberta Bush Craft Survival Workshop.
 

Extended Winter Wilderness Living/Survival Skills Course February 19-25, 2017

The course is almost full. If you wish to participate, please have your registration form in asap. Registration is on a first come basis.

Basic Safe Travel and Boreal Survival Handbook

"Basic Safe Travel and Boreal Survival Handbook" was compiled for outdoor educators and the Junior Forest Warden movement mostly from articles originally published in "Wilderness Arts and Recreation Magazine" that had become out of print but much sought after. Some of the articles were the basis for Kochanski's "Bushcraft". 

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Available in Print and eBook format through Karamat and Amazon 

 

Grand Syllabus

Mors Kochanski’s enthusiasm for wilderness recreation, his extensive knowledge of the field, and his desire to learn everything there is to know about the wilderness has made him one of the foremost authorities on wilderness skills in the world.  

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Available in Print and eBook format through Karamat and Amazon


Extended Winter/Summer Wilderness Living/Survival Courses 2017

Video by Brianne Nettelfield

Student Review of 2013 Winter Wilderness Living Skills Course

If you have ever questioned your ability to survive a wilderness emergency, these courses may be of interest to you. Seasonally oriented, they are designed to provide hands-on training in the skills of modern survival. Practicing skills in a natural environment builds an appreciation and understanding of Nature on its own terms. As far as possible, survival skills are integrated with environmental awareness so that one eventually becomes physically and mentally comfortable in the natural wilderness.  New dates have been posted for the upcoming 2017 winter course.


Rat Root Rendezvous

This is a gathering of people interested in the outdoors, wilderness living, wilderness survival, survival and would like to share a weekend with people that are interested in the same outdoor pursuits. We have outdoor educators as well as people interested in learning; come and share their knowledge. Everyone is welcome. The coming year's Rendezvous is August 25, 26 & 27, 2017. Check out the Rendezvous page for updated information.

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