Can only woodland elves and mountain men make their own bow? It turns out that through hard work and focus, you too can learn how to turn a stick into a bow in a weekend!
Join us and you will learn the ancient art of tillering, fundamentals of woodworking, using tools efficiently, and tapping into our capacity for listening to wood. By the end of the weekend you will have made your own wooden longbow with carved bow handles, as well as your own bowstrings!
Course Registration Details
March 22 - 24, 2013
@ 7-9pm Fri, 9am-5pm Sat & Sun
Where? Our land in the foothills of the Cascades near Duvall, WA
Who? Ages 18+ How much? $225
Free camping available.
Meet Your Instructors
Dan Corcoran is the Survival Skills Specialist for the Anake Outdoor School. He teaches flintknapping, hidetanning, bowmaking and various other survival skills. Dan Corcoran is an Anake graduate of the class of 2003. He has worked with Wilderness Awareness School in many different roles over the last 10 years and currently runs SurvivalMastery.com. Dan is a Kamana graduate and a Wilderness First Responder, as well as a hunter and a member of King County Search and Rescue.