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Survival Tricks of the Trail with Mark Warren

  • Patagonia Atlanta 34 E Andrews Dr. Atlanta, GA 30305 United States (map)

Mark Warren, owner and operator of Medicine Bow Wilderness School, and teacher of nature and primitive skills will share a photo presentation on some easy-to-use Cherokee medicines for trail hikers, and all lovers of the great outdoors. Mark will cover many easy-to-identify plants encountered in the forest and field, and will include remedies for bee sting, fire ants, stinging nettle, poison ivy, nausea, mouth sores, minor infection, food- or water-poisoning, constipation, and diarrhea. Also included will be how to use certain leaves as effective insect repellents. And last, but not least, Mark will present some great tips for successfully observing wildlife. Join our friends at Patagonia Atlanta for this informative program about enhancing your relationship with nature.

The “Secrets of the Forest” book series will be available for purchase and signing at this free event. Mark has packed 40+ years of teaching and knowledge about the Native American way of life into a four-volume series of books titled "The Secrets of the Forest," which he wrote with three purposes in mind: "To provide clear instructions in primitive survival skills for anyone wanting to better his/her self-sufficiency in the wilderness . . . by learning the old Indian ways of living comfortably in the forest; to offer parents, teachers, Scout leaders and outdoor educators a guide to engage their students in nature . . . at a time when our young ones so desperately need this connection, as does nature itself; [and] to win over a new generation of environmental advocates who will look after this world.