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WILD PLANTS AND SURVIVAL LORE

by: Mark Warren

With more than 200 original hands-on activities, the book is a step-by-step guide for teachers, scout leaders, outing clubs, and wilderness programs, and anyone interested in the outdoors and forgotten skills. 300 color illus; 8.5×11 inches, 256 pgs.

1-4930-4555-5
978-1-4930-4555-6
Softcover
04-01-2020
First Aid, Wilderness Survival & Primitive Living

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In this first volume of his Secrets of the Forest series, nature educator Mark Warren explains how to identify and use 100 wild plants as food, medicine, and craft. He also covers “primitive” survival skills, from building a shelter, to purifying water, making tools, traps, and snares. Hikers who want to carry less gear and become more self-reliant by using what the forest has to offer, will find tricks in these pages to lighten their loads. Outdoor rec professionals will expand their knowledge of their natural surroundings to share with their clients. And parents who seek a closer relationship with nature for themselves and their children will learn to become active, adventurous participants in the forest, rather than just occasional visitors.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Mark Warren
has been teaching survival skills and nature classes for 45 years. In 1980, he was named Georgia’s Conservation Educator of the Year by the National Wildlife Federation. He is the author of the memoir Two Winters in a Tipi, published by Lyons Press in 2012 (net sales: 2,260). He lives with his wife in the mountains of north Georgia at his school, Medicine Bow.

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ISBN: 1-4930-4555-5
Publisher: NATIONAL BOOK NETWORK
Publish Date: 04-01-2020

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