The Earth Studies Lifestyle + Animal Connection (Course ID: 1WG-2019)
Jan
7
to Feb 17

The Earth Studies Lifestyle + Animal Connection (Course ID: 1WG-2019)

Winter speaks of beauty, extremes and preparedness: sub zero temperatures and snow accumulation change animal foresting patterns as they adapt to winter. It’s a season of observation, awareness and survival. This leadership course guides students through an active outdoor lifestyle focused on environmental literacy through recreation and animal connection. Ultimately, our students become more winter and nature savvy.

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Advanced Sled Dog Sports (Course ID: 2FG-2018)
Oct
22
to Nov 4

Advanced Sled Dog Sports (Course ID: 2FG-2018)

The Dog Masters USA from Colorado have partnered with Earth Studies to offer a extraordinary Dog Musher Training course. In this component you’ll learn about the incredible traditional art of dog-powered sports through 40 hrs. of immersive group and individual workshops with the Earth Studies’ pack of 18 Seppala Huskies.

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The Earth Studies Lifestyle & Animal Connection (Course ID: 1FG-2018)
Sep
10
to Oct 21

The Earth Studies Lifestyle & Animal Connection (Course ID: 1FG-2018)

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Autumn is a season of change: changing leaves, changing bird migrations, and changing animal foresting patterns as they prepare for winter. It’s a season of hard work and organization. This environmental leadership course teaches students about outdoor lifestyle and emergency skills, environmental literacy through leadership language and animal connection, so they may become more nature savvy in this busy time of year.

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Animal Connection, Winter Pioneer Lifestyle, and Yukon Quest Trip (YT) + Wilderness Advanced First Aid (WAFA) Course (Course ID: 1_WG_2018)
Jan
8
to Feb 18

Animal Connection, Winter Pioneer Lifestyle, and Yukon Quest Trip (YT) + Wilderness Advanced First Aid (WAFA) Course (Course ID: 1_WG_2018)

Spend 3 weeks exploring the frozen Quebec campus followed by 3 weeks in the Yukon Territories, home to the 1,000 Mile International Sled Dog Race and travel through the world’s largest protected biosphere.

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