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Upcoming Visit Days

Visit Days are a great way to visit our campus, meet instructors and students, and get a feel for the program. We will typically meet at 8:30 the School's office in Duvall, WA and then travel to our campus. Once you sign up, our Anake Outreach Coordinator will be in touch about specific meeting times and locations.

Wednesday, Feb. 28 - Bird Language
Placed based cultures have long relied on listening to birds to keep them safe, find food, and to cultivate a deeper awareness of their environment. Learn to read the concentric rings of the nature through interpretation of Bird songs, calls and behavior.

Tuesday, Mar. 6 - Coyote Mentoring
At Anake, we focus on mentoring as the foundation for our educational model. While Anake students experience "Coyote Mentoring" themselves, we also provide opportunities in class to work with youth using these techniques.  Get a peak inside this model and how we use it in our youth programs. Many of our students go on to teach at summer camps or year-round programs at Wilderness Awareness or other nature schools.

Tuesday, Mar. 20 - Friction Fire from Scratch
Fire has long been used as a tool for survival throughout human history. It has been used to light our way in the night, cook our food, warm our bodies, fertilize our fields, and gather around. In this class we will explore how to make fire from natural materials harvested off of the land.

Tuesday, Apr. 17 - Coyote Mentoring
At Anake, we focus on mentoring as the foundation for our educational model. While Anake students experience "Coyote Mentoring" themselves, we also provide opportunities in class to work with youth using these techniques.  Get a peak inside this model and how we use it in our youth programs. Many of our students go on to teach at summer camps or year-round programs at Wilderness Awareness or other nature schools.

Thursday, Apr. 26 - Wild Edible Plants
Spring is a wonderful time for learning about plants and we have a full day dedicated to the lush and delicious plants of the Pacific Northwest. Join us for a day of foraging and learn about what you can (and can't!) eat and different ways to prepare these tasty plants!

Ready to Register?

You have two options:

  1. Enter your name, email, and select a session in the form below. Then click submit. We'll send you an email within a few days giving further details.
  2. Contact our Anake Outreach Coordinator:

Kyle Koch
Email: kylek@wildernessawareness.org
Phone: 425-681-2612

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