These are some of the sessions that have been offered at National Camps

(The 2014 event will feature many of these, plus some brand new offerings!)

As you can see, there is quite a variety!

 

Reptiles & Amphibians

Archery

History of Archery

Baby Bucksaws

Beginner canoe camping

Blacksmithing

Felting

Firelighting

Flat-water canoeing

How-to-teach

Boomerangs

Crafts of all kinds

Kayaking

Shelter building

Soapstone carving

Survival skills

Wood carving

Butterflies & Bugs

Beading

Haida art

Tree planting

Seeds To Trees

Team-building games

Solo canoeing

Flint knapping

Mountain biking

Backpacking

Leave No Trace camping

Meditating

Pet rocks

Star charts

Night sky

Atlatls

Collapsible picnic tables

Collapsible camp chairs

Making rawhide

Tracking

Scat

Identifying birds

Identifying bird nests

Paper making

Hiking

How to lead nature hikes

Trip planning

Knife safety

Saw & Axe safety

Chainsaw safety

Medicinal plants

Edible plants

Making salves from natural ingredients

Map & Compass

Making Moccasins

Leather hats

Leather gloves

Tanning

GPS

Geo-Caching

Photography

Dehydrating

Outdoor cooking

Backcountry food & cooking

Bark carving

Clay sculpture

Pottery

Knifemaking

Rawhide drum making

Axe throwing

Blow guns

Pet first aid

Wilderness first aid

Wolf willow beads

Fly tying

Hammock building

Birchbark moose call

Sprouting

Plant press

Art

Forestry

Rope making

Firefighting demos

Fishing skills

Braiding

Mushroom ID

BearSmart

Cougar awareness

Fuel efficient driving skills

Wetlands

Endangered species

Drum circle

Music instruction

Jam sessions

Bone carving

Primitive tools

Wood flutes

Overnight out-trips

Riparian zones

Knots & lashing

Moosehair tufting

A day in the life of a squirrel

Crossbows

Snare & Traps

Tube drum making

Bark book binding

Black powder chairs

Rawhide crafts

Forest management

Horseback riding

Tours of mills

Leather working

Kumi Himo

Solar heaters

Crocheting

Knife sharpening

Watersheds

Obsidian knife making

Papier-mache fish

Birdhouse building

Managing emergencies

Campfire skits

Long-bow carving

Capote-making

T-shirt dying

Pond dipping

Russian hats

Low ropes

Talking sticks

Hypothermia

Quillich

Straw weaving

 

 If you are interested in teaching a session, please let us know!  

Week-at-a-glance (previous National Camp)alt

 

We also have a 'trade show' tent where companies and organisations can display their educational material and outdoor gear

 

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office@ajfwa.ca and we can provide further information on your local club/s and put you in touch with the club leaders.

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