Join the "Wild Moon" Documentary Fun-Raiser!
Michel Scott, award-winning producer of The Horse Boy documentary, is producing a deeply touching and inspiring documentary on the Family Wilderness Guide Program participants’ journey before, during, and after the experience. Check out the sneak preview, and please consider donating to help Michel finish production.
Listen to Tamarack's fundraiser teleconference, or drop in on the next one: Sunday, March 29th 2:00-3:30pm (CST) RSVP via email email@example.com
Training to serve the circle of life requires developing all of our facets, finding what challenges us, and questioning our limits. The training itself is multi-faceted; it includes a wilderness immersion component as well as an on-line course, which integrates guardian awareness into everyday life.
Be an honored guest at an old way encampment, similar to the scouting camps of our ancestors. Learn by observation and imitation, living with graduates of the Wilderness Guide Program, with excursions, craftwork, and hunting-foraging constantly going on.
Experiential learning is the cornerstone of this 11-month wilderness immersion experience. Live day-to-day in a native- modeled encampment, learning and practicing the essential qualitative skills of communication and cooperation, along with all the skills needed to build, maintain, and live in a North Woods native camp.
Our multi-faceted administrative campus and intentional healing community is called Nadmadewining, Ojibwe for Support Camp. School staff integrate the skills, customs, and awarenesses of native lifeway in our hybrid life that incorporates modern communication technology. Home to our budding children's culture.