Primitive Skills | Primitive Fire Building
Our Primitive Skills classes will teach you how to be more comfortable in the outdoors through classes that teach you to be self reliant - not gear reliant. Learn how to build a fire with only what nature provides. Your teacher, Phillip Liebel, started exploring his Cherokee heritage after hearing stories from his mother and grandmother. It began with learning how the Cherokee made their bows and gradually moved into primitive trapping, and eventually primitive living skills in general. Phillip specializes in primitive shelters, friction fire, water procurement and purification (specifically without containers), primitive traps and snares, primitive cordage making, primitive archery and hunting, primitive fishing, fish traps, natural fish poisons, wild edible and medicinal plants, flint knapping, and stone age living skills in general.
We limit the number of people per class, so we encourage you to sign up early. Please click on the Book Now button below to reserve you place.
September 12, 2020 at 1:00pm-5:00pm
More classes to come in September, October and December
All transportation while on the property will be provided. Full day classes will include lunch and non-alcoholic beverages. We encourage all participants to wear appropriate clothes for the weather, walking/hiking shoes, and bring your own water and face covering.
Taxes and gratuity are not included.