We have a variety of opportunities for adults to become connected to White Pine and engage in their natural environment. We offer weekly trainings, week-long intensives, and over night quests. Programs run throughout the year and are welcome to those in town and out-of-state.
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|Herbal Medicine Making||White Pine Wilderness Academy||
|Inner Tracking Workshop||White Pine Wilderness Academy||
|Foundations of Western Herbalism||White Pine Wilderness Academy||
White Pine Youth and Teen Programs are designed to connect our children back to nature through experience and knowledge. We offer a variety of Day, After School, School Break Camps for ages 6 and up. Nature is our classroom.
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|Ethan Runnels Scholarship Event||White Pine Wilderness Academy||
|September Wilderness Experience (Teens- Day)||White Pine Wilderness Academy||
|September Wilderness Experience (8-11 Year Old- Day)||White Pine Wilderness Academy||
White Pine Wilderness Academy is based in Indianapolis, Indiana. We use wilderness survival skills and aboriginal technologies to foster a connection with nature and each other. We offer Adult Workshops, Youth & Teen Programs and Community Events year round. Our school is open to all cultures, religions, and backgrounds.
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Aboriginal Technologies. Ancient Skills.
Located on the island of Rocky Ripple between the White River and the canal. Surrounded by riparian habitat, our classroom is the Eastern Deciduous Woodlands. Our curriculum is aboriginal technology, the knowledge of our hunter gatherer ancestors. We offer a wide range of intensives for adults and youth. Subjects range from Traditional Bow Building to Wild Foraging. Our Instructors are masters at their craft and are driven by a passion for knowledge.
Our Classroom is Nature.
Our Curriculum is Thousands of Years Old.
Train the body through the skills of survival.
Re-pattern the mind through the science of tracking and bird language.
Confront deepest fears through ancient rites of passage.
Integrate these transformative experiences into the wider circles of family and community.
Matt Shull, WPWA