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Autumn Rewilding with Cattail & Kimberly

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Heil Valley Ranch

Geer Canyon Drive

Boulder, CO 80302

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Re-wild your senses, mind, and nature skills in this October nature excursion. As we meander among the shifting fall landscape and dropping temperatures, you will be guided into a deeper knowledge of place, more confidence in the outdoors, and a more expansive sense of kinship with nature and yourself. Learn edible and survival plants, basic animal tracking principles, and nature connection routines that awaken vitality and improve all your relationships.

Kimberly Beck of Relational Rewilding Nature Guiding is excited to be partnering with Bob 'Cattail' Seebeck for this program. Cattail has been teaching outdoor education classes since 1975 with an emphasis on ethno-botany and wilderness survival. He has taught for such institutions as The Colorado Division of Wildlife, Rocky Mountain National Park, Denver Botanic Gardens and the U.S. Air Force Academy. Cattail has conducted intensive multi-week survival treks, overnight field trips and simple day outings for over 10,000 students. His outings, hikes and slide shows are fun and educational. His first book "Best-Tasting Wild Plants of Colorado and the Rockies", published by photographer John Fielder’s Westcliffe Publishing, sold over 18,000 copies. His new books, “Survival Plants of Colorado” Volume l features 214 wild herbs and 856 color photographs. Volume ll contains 254 wild herbs and over 1,000 photographs. They are the “go to” college textbooks for wild useful botany classes in Colorado. Cattail Bob has been a guest on local television and radio as well as NBC’s The Today Show. He was an “on-screen” advisor on the BBC’s “Chef Race” and was recently invited to participate in the Discovery Channel’s “Bushcraft Build-Off”. Interests and training include extensive knowledge in first aid/first responder, edible, medicinal and poisonous plants, photography, search and rescue, wild fire mitigation and suppression, forest health, crisis center/suicide hotline, "green" homebuilding and all-around self-sufficient living. Cattail currently lives in a self-built, off-grid, active, passive and PV solar cabin on 7 acres near Drake, Colorado.

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Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

This workshop is for ages 16 and up.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

In order to minimize resources and parking at Heil Valley Ranch, we will be meeting at a separate location in north Boulder at 9:30 and carpooling 5 minutes to the site. Parking at Heil Ranch is limited. You will be notified as the date nears regarding specific meeting location.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Please email wild@relationalrewilding.com.

What's the refund policy?

You may cancel and get full refund 7 days prior to event.

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Heil Valley Ranch

Geer Canyon Drive

Boulder, CO 80302

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Refunds up to 7 days before event

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