Ever wanted to be a badarse bush survivalist?
Have you ever stopped to think about the energy source that fire is, before you strike that match?
What is yours and your ancestors relationships to fire? Do you know how your ancestors used to light fire to stay warm, cook their food, modify landscapes, use as
warfare, scare away predators and make tools?
Welcome to the Wild Fire 1-day Workshop!
In this workshop, we'll explore the historical uses of fire by early humans, how fire has shaped our cultures and landscapes today, and the significance (and concerns) of fire in the modern day. We'll also teach you the practicalities and different techniques of building, lighting and keeping a fire lit, using the hand drill, bow drill and flint & steel methods.
Did you know: There is scientific evidence of early humans using fire more than 1.7 million years ago!
When: Sunday 24th January 2021
Where: Forest Farm, 86 Foresters Way, Tintenbar NSW (15mins from Lennox Head)
BYO: Drink bottle, snacks, fixed blade wood carving knife (if you have one)
Investment: $80 pp
Included: Expert tuition for 4 hours of 3x primitive fire lighting techniques, your own hand-drill fire kit made from local materials, and light snacks in a beautiful regenerated farmland setting.