$360 – $480, More Options at Their Web Site.
Join a collection of earth skills (also known as stone-age skills) experts and students in a week long hands-on teach-in. Some of the skills taught typically include: fire making, cordage, stone, bone & wood tools, buckskin, tracking, trapping, local flora & fauna, wild edibles, shelter building, basket weaving, nature awareness, pottery, local Native culture, musical instruments, stone-age weaponry, fiber/textile arts, herbal medicine, storytelling, flintknapping, earthen ovens, and felting. There are two separate events in 2017:
Beltaine: April 30 – May 6. A larger event with a wide array of attendees.
Pathways: May 10 – May 16. Smaller with more intensive and directed classes.
Typically there one or two teachers with some wild food and medicinal plant knowledge. Dr. Kallas teaches at this event about once every 5 years. He is NOT teaching there this year. The general location of the gathering is between Redding, California and Sacramento, California.
Go here to contact organizers.
Registration will open on Saturday March 11th, 2017, at high noon, PST. The event fills fast so if you are not right on it, you may have to wait a year. They typically fill within an hour of registration opening. After that everyone goes on a waiting list. Here is the registration page.
A camping space, training, hands-on experiences, field trips, and some meals.
Everything you would need to primitively camp for a week. Anything you would need to record your learning and experiences. Additional money to pay for instructor fees, raw materials, etc.