Our Outdoor Adventure Leadership program is a partnership program with UW 4-H Extension designed for youth in sixth through ninth grades. “Primitive Skills” is for youth 10-14 years old interested in developing basic outdoor skills. Skills that students will learn and practice include shelter building, navigation, cordage, fire building, identifying plants and tracking. Students will have the option to sleep in their shelters on Wednesday night of the program. This will take place on a Northland outreach education site. More information about this overnight will be shared with participants on the first day.
COVID Protocols will be implemented for all summer 2021 programs. This includes masks worn at all times; traveling in vans at half capacity, double-masked; staff and students will not attend if they have any symptoms of COVID; and, hand sanitizer and handwashing stations will be available at all times. It is possible these protocols may change.
$25-$200 sliding scale
We will not turn a student away for lack of financial funds. Please contact us if our lowest event cost is a challenge for you.
Participants will meet at the SOEI and travel in Northland College vans to Mt. Ashwabay each day. In the afternoons they will travel to local trails.
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