Earthwork Wilderness Survival Training School
Teaching Wilderness Education, Emergency Survival, Self Sufficiency, Nature Connection
Our mentoring approach creates unique Programs by asking the kids, “what are your PASSIONS?” Then we build on that; we co-create a powerful week for all. Participants continue coming back year after year, and even for the whole summer!
Earthwork Programs offers workshops to adults, teens, children and families, schools, scouts and other community groups. We have been teaching these skills for more than 10 years. Get hands-on experience with tracking, awareness and survival.
Learn how to make a fire without matches and warm natural shelters. Discover the ways of tracking wildlife and create native crafts that enhance our connection to our hearts and our hands. We will have time to play, explore, learn and gain new skills. Live with nature in a way that works to benefit both us and our environment.
Immersed in Nature children thrive! For more than a decade, Earthwork Programs has been developing relationships with children and families throughout the Pioneer Valley. Our incredibly unique approach to education and mentoring along with our dynamic social curriculum develops inner worth and self confidence.
Challenging and dynamic programs designed to teach cooperative problem solving in a wilderness situation. Participants build inter-personal trust, develop strategies for success, develop core strengths, manage resources and promote a team approach.
With Earthwork Bucks, you can choose $50, $100, $200 or a custom amount as a gift card…to be sent by email to your family/friends! Simply click the “Buy Earthwork Bucks Now” button and select how many gift cards you’d like; then you can choose the amount(s).
The Earthwork Blog
New Membership Online Courses! Wow! Earthwork Programs is excited to announce its new membership site, where we will be offering […]Read More ›
At the recent annual Wilderness Extravaganza! –our September Weekend of Wilderness Skills Workshops–a long-time supporter of Earthwork Programs’ vision, T.J. […]Read More ›