New Membership Online Courses! Wow! Earthwork Programs is excited to announce its new membership site, where we will be offering online survival courses! CLICK HERE TO GET YOUR ONLINE SURVIVAL COURSE TODAY RIGHT NOW FOR 30 DAYS WE’RE OFFERING THIS FREE 5-WEEK COURSE If you’ve wanted to attend our Programs but haven’t been able to physically attend, […]
At the recent annual Wilderness Extravaganza! –our September Weekend of Wilderness Skills Workshops–a long-time supporter of Earthwork Programs’ vision, T.J. Loughlin videotaped the Workshops. And then created this amazing, fantastic, beautiful video! Thank you so much T.J.! It really shows the excitement of learning that happens at our Workshops!
As we walk into the forest, we see all the different types trees, and we know, somehow, that they all have a purpose in life, just like we do. We notice many have lost their leaves this time of year, and the forest looks completely different—kind of empty because you can see so far, and […]
Earthwork Programs is grateful for all the press we received this Summer! The Recorder and the Daily Hampshire Gazette visited our At Home in the Woods and Way of the Scout Summer Camps and captured the moments… “Research shows that kids can’t identify many common plants or trees in their environment, but they can identify […]
So everybody has spent time around a campfire, right? Maybe you roasted marshmallows, shared stories, cooked yummy food and enjoyed the mesmerizing flame. Perhaps, if we were moths, we would be drawn to it the same way they are. Take a walk back in time and imagine our ancestors sitting around the campfire. This fire […]
We last left off where I was lost and signaling for help and integrating my S.T.O.P plan of action. (S=Stop; T=Think; O=Observe; P=Plan) So after working on signaling with sound, I decide to make a sun compass. Time is important right now so I only take 3 minutes to put this together. I get a […]
A Beautiful Hike in the Foothills of the Berkshires… It’s a beautiful spring day, and the sun is going in and out of the clouds. It’s cold at night and warm during the day…just right for the maple sugaring season. It’s been a cold winter, and I look forward to being able to get into […]