Earthwork Wilderness Survival School

We are a Wilderness Survival Training School…offering outdoor skills and experiences, connecting adults, youth and families to themselves and the natural world.

By Wilderness Survival Training and Re-Skilling ourselves, we develop deep connections to the land and a new-found freedom in community resilience and self reliance.



  • Wilderness Education Adventure Experiences
  • Wilderness Survival Training
  • Nature Connection & Mentoring
  • Animal Tracking & Sign Tracking
  • Wild Edibles & Medicinal Plants
  • Emergency Survival & Emergency Preparedness
  • Community-Building Skills
  • Re-Skilling & Self Reliance
  • Self Sufficiency, Community Resilience

It is our hope that these experiences act as a reminder of how beautiful and sacred nature is, and how good it feels to be connected to it and to the people around us.

Earthwork Programs has been offering nature and wilderness Programs to adults and families, school and community groups, and after school and homeschooling youth since 1999.

Visit About Us to find out more about Earthwork Programs, our staff, EarthVoice, FAQs, curriculum and Nurtured Heart Approach, testimonials and more.

Check out our Programs for details on weekly, monthly, yearly and seasonal Programs; to see when Programs are scheduled, review our Calendar or check the right sidebar for upcoming Programs.

All of our Programs require pre-registration, so click on our Registration page to complete the online form as well as to find out about payment (including a PayPal link).

We are very excited about sharing our Videos with you…this page is updated regularly. And of course, Earthwork Programs is all about storytelling, so be sure to read our Blog.

Please feel free to Contact Us if you have suggestions, comments, questions or just want to say “hi!”

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In short, Frank has the knowledge, skills, passion and compassion, sensitivity, sense of stewardship, and flexibility to lead top-notch programs for young people and families.
Gini Traub,Environmental Education Coordinator, Central Region, Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation