Nature School Wilderness Immersion Day - Thursday March 29th
(See Nature School)
Cordage (String & Rope) Making Workshop - Sunday 8th April
The ability to make string and rope is one of the most useful skills that you can posses when exploring the wilderness.
Some of the many uses of cordage are making a fishing line, starting a fire (bow drill), building a shelter, used as a bow string for your bow and arrow, create a net, weaving a bag and the list goes on.
We will ensure that you manage to make at least 2m worth of cordage to take home.
DETAILS OF EVENT
Meet at Wild Movement Perth 11.am on Sunday the 8th of April (439 Sydney Rd Gnangara)
Make yourself comfortable among the trees and begin by learning the basics of cordage making.
Once you have the basic technique down enjoy conversing with others while experimenting with how long and strong your cordage can be.
All materials will be provided for you on the day.
Kids $10 (children 0-5 free)