Melissa officinalis or Lemon Balm in common speak. Is a member of the mint family (Lamiaceae). A medicinal, square stemmed herb originating from southern Europe. Lemon Balm is now a naturalized medicinal plant in the US and Canada. Sometimes called Bee Balm as honey bees favor this herbaceous plant. Mildly antiviral, the hairy leaves made […]
WILDERNESS SURVIVAL TRAINING
Wilderness survival camps, adult, and teen, from LifeSong Wilderness Adventures in California, Oregon, Texas, specializing in advanced outdoor wilderness survival; nature awareness; bushcraft; and, animal tracking skills.
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Visit the More Services page to schedule a shuttle if you plan on arriving by airplane or train. You can also rent a tent and sleeping pad and a high-quality survival knife.
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REEDSPORT OR. — The tracks in the sand of a passing black bear and her two cubs disappear into a thatched tangle of forest beside Eel Lake. Oregon’s coastal rain forests are a jungle that swallows light and tracks alike — at least to the untrained eye. For expert tracker and wilderness survival teacher Mark Wienert, […]
ABOUT MARK WIENERT
Mark Wienert is a professional survival instructor. Mark has been instructing adults and teenagers since 1994. Specializing in wilderness survival, nature awareness, bushcraft, and wildlife tracking. Wienert's mission. To increase your wilderness survival skills dramatically.