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March 2020

Spring seedling

Location

ballymena

Dates
Mar
14

to

Mar
15
Time

10:30 to 12:00

Price

£155.00  (Convert)

About the Event

There are four Seedlings to match the seasons. Each Seedling will focus on the relevant season and deliver a different experience . It is possible for a student to go on all 4 Seedling courses over the year and accelerate their skill and knowledge development.

The Bushcraft Seedling Course has been developed and is now a 2 day course with an overnight stay out surrounded by nature. We felt this was important as it allows for a more rounded experience. Students can now enjoy a chat and banter around the camp fire at night after a long day of learning skills. Stories can be told and friendships can be formed before retiring for a night out under the stars. Awaken to the sounds and smells of the woods in the morning.

The Seedling course

We will cover a range of different Bushcraft skills on this course we have included some of fundamentals below. This isn't an exhaustive list and other skills will be covered when time allows.

Fire

Water

Shelter building

Foraging

Wild game prep

Woodland cooking

Spoon carving

Bowl burning

Tracks and sign

Nature awareness

What to Bring

kit list will be provided

Contact and Booking

nisurvival@gmail.com

For more information about Spring seedling, click here.

Contact Us
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Northern Ireland Survival School

The grounds of galgorm castle estate ballymena and other areas of NI. Postal address is 47 ballynoe road Antrim Bt412qx
07980656291

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