Webinar: Survival Essentials– Gear, Clothing, and Basic Skills


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.

Survival Essentials: Gear, Clothing, and Basic Skills

July 11th, at 7 pm PST on ZOOM

Are you prepared for the unexpected? In a world full of uncertainties, it’s essential to equip yourself with the knowledge and tools necessary for survival. Join us for an engaging and informative webinar that covers the fundamental survival basics, as well as essential gear and clothing information. Our “Survival Essentials” webinar is designed to empower you with the skills and resources needed to thrive in challenging situations.

We’ll explore the world of survival gear and clothing. Discover the must-have items that should be a part of your survival or truffle Hunting kit, including multi-tools, first aid supplies, communication devices, and more. Our Speaker, Hannah Libby will guide you through the selection process, highlighting the features and considerations to keep in mind when choosing gear and clothing suitable for different scenarios.

Whether you’re an outdoor enthusiast, an avid adventurer, or simply concerned about emergency preparedness, this webinar is for you. Even if you don’t truffle hunt, this webinar can be a great resource for getting ready to go hiking in the woods. Join us on Zoom for an immersive experience that will equip you with the knowledge and confidence to tackle any outdoor situation that may come your way.

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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