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Wilderness Awareness Residential Program

The Wilderness Awareness Residential Program offers an immersion experience in the arts of animal tracking, naturalist and survival skills, and mentoring youth in nature education.
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PO Box 5000, PMB 137
Duvall , WA 98110
Contact Person: Angie Jordan
Phone: 425 788-1301
Fax: 425 788-1301
E-Mail: angiej@wildernessawareness.org
Website: http://www.wildernessawareness.org/WARPResidentialPrograms.html

Detailed Information:
The Residential Programs are courses designed to give adult students the most comprehensive training available in Wilderness Awareness School's curriculum. They are built upon both ancient and modern roots, and combine indigenous skills with the language of science. The Residential Programs train students to become excellent naturalists, wildlife trackers, and mentors, preparing them to be future leaders in the fields of environmental education, wildlife sciences, and beyond. They accomplish this through the study of wilderness survival, animal tracking, ethnobotany, bird language, cultural mentoring, and more. The programs are run at a college level intensity and classes are based out of our Duvall, Washington campus.

Graduates of these courses have both a deep relationship with the earth and confidence in their ability to apply these skills in a professional setting. All of these elements are incorporated with the aspiration of developing dynamic leaders who help caretake the earth and aid others in establishing healthy connections with their natural environments.

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