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Wild Women's Weekend - Nov 2-3, 2019

18 99 Linne Doran: Duvall, WA 235.00 235.00 9-5pm Both Days; Camping available Sat. evening; No food provided. s
November 2 - 3rd, 2019
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Join us for a women's deep nature connection weekend! Please note that this class now has a Spring and a Fall session. Each session is different and they are designed to be a complement to one another.

This hands-on weekend will cover a variety of topics:

  • Practice the art of making fire with modern and primitive methods. The Fall fire session primarily focuses on carving and using a friction fire kit (the bow drill!)
  • Craft your own pine-needle basket
  • Learn how to safely and confidently identify, harvest, and prepare wild medicinal plants
  • Experience the eye-opening art of tracking wildlife
  • Gain knowledge in how to effectively use a knife
  • Spend time with an engaging group of experienced female instructors
  • Connect with other like-minded participants!

Participants will leave with new set of eyes to view the natural world as well as a new bond to other like-minded women!

Program Logistics

Class will take place at our school's 40-acre property from 9am-5pm on Saturday and Sunday. No Food provided. Rustic camping available Saturday night. Participants will spend time indoors and outdoors throughout the weekend; please dress appropriately. Knife is required - available for purchase at class. *NOTE: Some of the above activities will be choice-based and not all participants will be able to do every topic listed.

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I originally signed up for the Women's Wilderness Weekend for skill development and knowledge. I gained much more than that in the community development, embracing such different women with like minded hearts and needs. Ultimately, a lot of healing took place for me at WAS, and I am forever grateful.

- Kate Wilson

Wonderful program with incredibly wise and humble teachers. The women leaders modeled healthy group settings and a true appreciation and connection with their topics.

- Laura, Teacher and Parent