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DATES SCHEDULED

Mar 23 - 24, 2024

Alberta Centre For Trapping and Bushcraft, Teen Time Ranch, Dapp AB



A review of Knife/Axe/Saw skills, then getting into depth on Fire, the science behind it, natural and man-made tinder’s, improvising a spark, fatwood, making feather sticks, fire lays, friction fire, flint and steel, charring materials (natural and man-made), siting your fire, and safety considerations, etc.

 

INSTRUCTOR RUSS MEADES



Russ Meades grew up in rural England and spent all of his spare time exploring and learning about the countryside.

He acquired many skills in improvisation from local characters that would later serve him well in the military.


Formal exposure to the concepts of survival was gained while training with the British Army in the early 1980s.

He took a keen interest in the subject and began teaching basic survival to British Army troops in 1987.


Following immigration to Canada and transfer to the Canadian Army in the early 1990s, Russ maintained and developed his survival skills which were useful on his many solo hunting and hiking trips as well as in his military activities.


In 2007, Russ transferred to the Canadian Rangers as their Operations and Training Officer and was able to gain further knowledge from many very experienced Rangers.


In 2017 Russ led the design team that produced the Canadian Rangers’ advanced survival course. In 2019, Russ was honoured by the great Mors Kochanski by being certified as a Wilderness Living and Survival Instructor.


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