As you gear up for the forthcoming weekends of family fun camping or hiking in the wilderness areas of Kentucky and afar, you should ask yourself, your family, friends and co-campers: Are we ready in the case of an emergency? If you're a bit rusty or you want to be better prepared on the trail, at the campsite, or just "in case," then Halcomb's Knob Environmental Learning Center near Paint Lick, Ky., has a workshop for you!
Starting the last weekend of March, Halcomb's Knob will be leading its first of several Survival Skills sessions! Regardless of the need for survival, these two-day, hands-on, in-the-field workshops will equip you with the skills to survive the first 24 hours and longer.
Concerned about the weather? If so, just remember that in emergency situations, the weather often is not your friend. Regardless of the weather, workshops will be held in the cool months of spring; hot, muggy days of summer; windy days of autumn; and the bone-chilling months of winter. Why not learn the basic skills of survival in real-life weather at Halcomb’s Knob?
Our team of instructors will personally supervise each participant’s activities and training, with medical personnel available on-site. Class size is limited. Discounts are available to groups of 5 or more! And private instruction is available as well.
To register, visit our website at www.halcombsknob.com/home/sustainable-agriculture/workshops/. To learn more, or to book a group Survival Skills Workshop Weekend, call 859-925-9936.