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Wilderness Way

Wilderness Way was founded in 1993 with the goal of fostering a closer connection to nature in all types of people.

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“Wildman” Steve Brill

Arrested in 1986 for eating a dandelion in Central Park, Steve Brill gives group tours teaching about wild edible and medicinal plants, including mushrooms.  He is the author of several books on the subject.   

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Hawk Circle Wilderness Education

Headed by Ricardo Sierra, Hawk Circle offers youth programs and summer camps for young people.  They also operate a non-profit organization under the name of The Earth Mentoring Institute, Inc.

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Primitive Pursuits

Primitive Pursuits, founded by Dave Hall, is affiliated with the Cornell Cooperative Extension, Tompkins County and 4-H.  They teach primitive skills courses for both adults and children.  Notably, the extensive range of children’s programs include after-school, school break, summer camps and even homeschool offerings.

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Campfire Way

John Gibbons offers DVD based “distance learning” courses in survival, wilderness guiding and instructor certification. He is the grandson of noted wild edibles author Euell Gibbons

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Wilderness Learning Center

Founder Marty Simon draws from his extensive miltary experience and years as a survival instructor and consultant to provide week long comprehensive survival courses in Upstate New York as well as Vermont and North Carolina.

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