Start the New Year with four “Desert Survival Skills” classes with the Desert Institute at Joshua Tree National Park.
February 28 – March 1, Navigating with Map and Compass – Navigation specialist, Thomas Coyne will teach participants how to navigate using a map and compass in this two-day hands-on field class. March 2, Desert Survival – Thomas Coyne will offer suggestions and strategies to manage your mind in survival situations and how to set priorities when stakes are high.
March 15 – 16, GPS Navigation Techniques – David Pylman, navigation specialist, will teach participants GPS basics including how to navigate through the myriad of menus, options, and features found on their devices. April 5 – 6, Tracking in Joshua Tree National Park – Jim Lowery, primitive skills teacher and author of The Tracker’s Field Guide, will teach and refine fundamental tracking skills. 2) You will be sent to our online shopping page where you can purchase your Survival Course.
What would you do first if you were lost or stranded in the woods, miles from civilization?
Survival TipJust like the sun, the moon rises from the east and sets in the west.When the moon is not full and there are two points, like in a crescentmoon, you can use the moon the find your way. Rob "K12" served 20 years in the United States Marine Corps and has trained and operated in all types of terrain all over the world.
3X5 pocket size cards with survival tips, signaling tips, trap and snare diagrams, fire building tips, navigation tips, and much more printed directly on durable, tear proof, weather proof plastic cards. We are a school that is dedicated to passing on the knowledge that may enhance your chances of living through a crisis situation.
We aim to increase your comfort level for the outdoors by teaching you the ability to interpret everything as a resource for your survival.
Email, call, or signal us with any questions you may have about outdoor survival techniques, tips and preparation. We elevate the capability and resiliency of our students as they develop the essential knowledge and wisdom to be safe in the outdoors.
Trackers youth and teens become leaders of intelligent compassion by rediscovering their own connection to nature and community. Through appreciation of nature and family, students return to study and train with mentors and friends year after year.


We learn in wild landscapes through authentic adventure—places of old trees, deer in a morning meadow, coyotes hunting, quiet dawns and a sky of endless stars. It immerses youth in the skills of Trackers Craft and starts them on a path of lifelong learning. Train with expert mentors in Forest Craft: wilderness survival, tracking, archery, stealth and awareness. Get hands-on experience in Folk Craft: homesteading, wild plants, animal care and restoration gardening. Participants will learn the basics of topography, map reading, and the history of navigation during the Friday evening lecture and then spend all-day Saturday in the field. Some of the topics covered include: survival kits, edible and dangerous plants, water location, signaling, as well as desert hazards such as flash floods, venomous creatures, and heat-related injuries.
This two-day class will explore the natural world through animal tracking, sign identification, and awareness techniques. Connect an imaginaryline from the top point to the second point and continue to the ground. From the mountains of Afghanistan and the desert of Iraq, to the jungle of the Philippines, above the arctic circle in Norway to the woodlands of the United States.
Programs can include overnight camp outs or field days for skill building and team development.
Youth and teens develop leadership skills and a powerful relationship with nature while tending to the wild.
This program also covers general shop and tool safety while working with your hands to make functional tools, blades, and other Artisan crafts. This apprenticeship program takes youth and teens on a journey through the many worlds of archery. Sunday, the class will move to field, focusing on hands-on learning experiences through practical exercises. Lowery will explain how to translate patterns found in the desert sand into animals’ stories in Joshua Tree National Park.
He is a graduate of "C" level SERE school with a long list of accolades to include consulting for an upcoming survival T.V.


Using TMO ALPs Programs has received the.A  The Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs. We train with the traditional wood bow of our Rangers Guild and also use modern laminate, recurve, compound, longbow, and more.
Participants will pinpoint their location, mark waypoints, plot courses and create routes in the wilderness of the park.
This class will be entirely field based in order to provide abundant “dirt time” focusing on following trails, interpreting tracks and signs and even learning to read mood and body language of desert animals through their trails.
That willgive you a general sense of direction and you will be able to orientyourself from there. K12 received his Wilderness First Aid certification from the Wilderness Medical Institute of the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) and was a member of King County Search and Rescue.
Developing or honing your wilderness skills will give you the advantage you need to get to safety.
The skills needed for good leadership are present in all of us, but not all of us are natural leaders. Our ALPs series is designed to identify, embrace and and strengthen our ALPs participants leadership abilities. In addition to learning valuable outdoor skills, you will leave with a level of confidence for the outdoors that you never thought you had.
TMO Adventures provide an opportunity to realize a group's governing principles, values, ethics and practice core competencies in a safe and supportive environment. Our challenges are experiential in nature and we encourage continued teamwork, realistic goal setting, honest feedback and shared learning in a experiential process which stimulates our creative thinking and problem solving skill sets. TMO Adventures provide an opportunity to realize a group's governing principles, values, ethics and practice core competencies in a safe and supportive environment. These are quality adult programs designed for Outdoor Leadership & Professional Development.



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