Co-Ed || 18+ || $3,620 USD (tax included)
Course ID: 2_AG_2017
Live a pioneer lifestyle: explore the natural wonders of the campus and the surrounding area, prepare for winter, and participate in the Dryland Canadian Championship, a competition for sled dogs in late October.
- Discuss core issues that affect the world today. Can include climate change, marine protection, and any other topics students are interested in.
- Harvest vegetables, herbs, and wild berries on the campus grounds. Learn about nutrition and sustainable food practices.
- Volunteer with the Dryland Canadian Championship organization. Interact with and support dog carting teams.
- Work together with the resident sled dogs.
- Go dog carting and bikejoring.
- Establish bonds with the dogs, horses, and wildlife on the Earth Studies campus.
Take Krav Maga daily self-defense training.
Conflict resolution, mitigation, and protection.
- Hike in the mountains, swim, and nature journal.
- Outdoor wilderness survival training.
- Natural resources management
- Enjoy the comforts of communal living.