Bushcraft/Survival training schools

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Bushcraft/Survival training schools

Post by flyakker » Thu Jan 26, 2017 5:12 pm

Anyone taken courses? Recommendations? Are they worth it? Any of them to avoid in Texas?

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Re: Bushcraft/Survival training schools

Post by saustin1967 » Fri Jan 27, 2017 11:56 am

I have thought about it, but most of the classes that I would like to take, the schools or instructors have prereq's. Most of which are their own beginner or basic classes. Really do not belong in a basic or beginner class, so why spend the extra cash to relearn something you already know or have done.

For me it is a money thing. I got it and I don't want them to have any more of it that needed.
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Re: Bushcraft/Survival training schools

Post by BigJesse » Sat Jan 28, 2017 12:08 pm

Never got in to taking any classes besides wild edibles. Google Primitive Texas and Merriwether Edibles for info on their edibles classes.

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