Webinar: Navigation


We are excited to welcome Hannah Libby of the Wilderness Awareness School to our Summer Webinar Series. Over the course of the following months, Hannah will present webinars on a variety of survival and wilderness-related topics, including gear and wilderness basics as well as navigation, and a unit on animal encounters.

Aidless Navigation & Shelter Building

August 15th, at 7 pm PST on ZOOM

Getting lost in a forest can be a disorienting and potentially dangerous experience. However, with the right knowledge and tools, you can navigate your way back to safety. Join us for an engaging and informative webinar that focuses on navigation in forest settings and equips you with the skills and preparedness necessary to find your way WITHOUT relying on modern Navigation Tools.

This Webinar will provide you with valuable insights, techniques, and practical advice on how to navigate and survive in forest environments as well as receive practical tips and expert guidance to enhance your navigation and shelter-building abilities.  Learn about important factors to consider, such as terrain analysis, weather patterns, and using natural materials effectively.

Additionally, we’ll delve into the preparedness aspect of forest navigation. Discover the essential tools and equipment that should be a part of your navigational kit. We’ll provide valuable guidance on how to use these tools effectively and efficiently, enabling you to maintain your orientation and increase your chances of finding your way back if lost.

This is one of our most requested Webinars and we hope to add an in-person element in the future to practice these skills!

Note: This webinar serves as educational content and does not replace practical training or real-life experience.

You will be provided a ZOOM link for the webinar after purchase.

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To see the FULL Schedule and to buy the PACKAGE of ALL FIVE talks by Hannah at a discount, please follow THIS LINK. 

About Hannah Libby

Originally from Vermont, Hannah graduated from the Immersion at Wilderness Awareness School in 2015, where she is now a lead instructor.  Before heading out to the Pacific Northwest she acquired her BA in Restoration Ecology & Conservation Biology with two minors in Astrobiology and Marine Science. For her final thesis, she designed and implemented a Forest Stewardship program providing paid work-study positions for students interested in pursuing passions and studies in the natural world. Hannah has been a Nature Guide and Survival Skills Educator for the last 10 years.  Deeply in love with the arts, she has been drawing, taking photos, and making jewelry as long as she has known she has had hands! She also recently became certified as a Natural Science Illustrator.

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