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  • Resource Database / Crafts & Indigenous Skills / Workshops

    Resources: 12 listings
    Name and Description Nation Location
    Alba Wilderness School
      Canada - Eastern
    Teaching survival skills, awareness and philosophy.
    Ancient Pathways, LLC - Flagstaff, Arizona
      US - Southwest
    Ancient Pathways LLC offers experientially-based courses in Outdoor Survival and Primitive Technology. Our programs are designed for those seeking to develop proficiency in both primitive and modern wilderness skills.
    Bushy Hill Field School
      US - Northeast
    Programs about traditional and post-European contact Woodland culture by experiencing replicated technologies and daily living skills. Teacher workshops and full curriculum of nature-oriented school programs. Box 577, Ivoryton, CT 06442-0557, (860) 767-0848
    California Gourd Society
      US - West
    Gourd Art Exhibit, Sale and Classes-Donít miss the annual California Gourd Art Festival 2005 at the Los Angles County Arboretum October 22 and 23. This fun and educational artistic cultural event will include a variety of classes. Booths of the gourd, beading and basketry supply vendors will be right there at the Festival. Take a class, get your supplies and begin a wonderful new project.
    Connecticut Museum of Natural History
      US - Northeast
    Nature-related and Native American exibits, workshops and activities for children, families and adults. UConn, U-23, Storrs, CT 06269-3023, (860) 486-4460
    Great Lakes Primitives
      US - Northeast
    An organization based in Michigan that has a focus on various Primitive Technologies. Technologies include, but are not limited to, the following: Stone Tools, Plant Skills, Basketry, Hide Tanning, Atlatls, Bows, Throwing Sticks, Pottery, Fire Making, Woods Craft, Primitive Navigation.
    More sites on www.flight-toys.com
    Institute for American Indian Studies - Educational Programs
      US - Northeast
    Contemporary and historic Native American Exhibits & programs. Including an outdoor demonstration village, which holds festivals and educational programs for children.
    More sites on www.birdstone.org
    Mount Kearsarge Indian Museum - Activities
      US - Northeast
    Exhibits (Woodlands and Plains). Outdoor recreated dwellings and trails. Workshops. PO Box 142, Warner, NH 03278-0142, (603) 456-3244
    More sites on www.indianmuseum.org
    Sharon Audubon Center
      US - Northeast
    The Sharon Audubon Center offers educational programs for all ages, a seasonal newsletter, nature programs, wildlife rehabilitation, research, live animal exhibits, a children's adventure center, a nature store, and a natural history library. For more information you may wish to call us at (860) 364-0520 or e-mail us at sharon_audubon_center@audubon.org.
    Somers Mountain Indian Museum
      US - Northeast
    Exhibits & Workshops ranging from Native Amerian history and prehistory to finer points of technology such as hide-tanning, bowmaking & flintknapping. 332 Turnpike Road, Somers, CT 06071, (860) 749-4129
    The Bruce Museum
      US - Northeast
    Program involves a full-size reconstruction of an Indian wigwam with artifacts from local sites. Students become history detectives and conduct an artifact identification game. 1 Museum Drive, Greenwich, CT 06830, (203) 869-0376
    The Robbins Museum of Archaeology
      US - Northeast
    Seminars, exhibits, sponsor of local events & talks. Massachusetts Archaeology Society, P.O. Box 700, Middleborough, MA 02346-0700, (508) 947-9005




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