Youth Wilderness Survival Skills / Habilidades de Supervivencia

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Saturday, February 18, 2023
10:00am – 1:00pm

Free, donations appreciated
Ages 12 -18 
Meet at the Dwight Center 

Learn essential skills for wilderness survival. This is a great class for any young person who is interested in spending time outdoors, hiking, exploring, or camping. You will learn how to find yourself if you are lost on a map, how to signal search and rescue, and methods to carry someone injured on the trail to safety. After this class, you will be more prepared and confident for your future outdoor adventures!

No outdoor or wilderness experience is necessary. Please bring snacks, lunch, and water. Wear layered clothing appropriate for the weather, long pants, and sturdy closed-toe footwear. This event includes a slow-paced hike of moderate difficulty and you might be asked to carry another participant with the assistance of others. We will cover up to 2 miles over varied and uneven terrain. You will be notified if the event is canceled due to rain.

COVID Protocols: All events will follow current regional health safety guidelines. Please practice good health hygiene, and physical distancing when possible. If you do not feel well, please do not attend.

About the Instructor – Stephanie Gonzalez:
Stephanie grew up in Los Angeles, California, where she attended University of California, Los Angeles, earning a BS in Geography and Environmental Studies. She started her career working on ecological restoration projects as a field technician, conducting wildlife and botanical surveys. Stephanie has worked with a variety of school-aged children in her career, and recently relocated from the central CA coast, where she worked as an Assistant Site Director at the Boys and Girls club and led educational field trips and outdoor classroom sessions for the youth there. Stephanie’s experience working in Baja, Mexico and in Spain as a tutor helped her realize her career goals: environmental education and restoration. She is excited to ignite passion in our local youth, helping them become the next generation of nature’s stewards. In her spare time, Stephanie likes watching Spanish soap operas, going on outdoor adventures, and dancing with friends.

Habilidades de Supervivencia

sábado, 18 de febrero
10:00am – 1:00pm
Edades 12-18
Gratis, donaciones serán apreciadas
Reúnase en el Centro Dwight

Aprende habilidades esenciales para la supervivencia en la naturaleza. Esta es una clase para cualquier persona joven que esté interesada en pasar tiempo al aire libre, hacer caminatas, explorar o acampar. Aprenderá de Stephanie González, nuestra educadora ambiental bilingüe, cómo encontrarse a sí mismo si se pierde en un mapa, cómo señalar búsqueda y rescate, métodos para llevar a alguien herido en el camino a un lugar seguro. ¡Después de esta clase, estará más preparado para sus futuras aventuras!

No se necesita experiencia en la naturaleza. Por favor traiga bocadillos, almuerzo y agua. Use ropa apropiada para el clima, pantalones largos y calzado con punta cerrada. Este evento incluye una caminata a paso lento de dos millas de dificultad moderada y se le puede pedir que carga otro participante con la ayuda de otros. Se le informará si este evento se cancela debido a la lluvia.

Protocolos COVID: Todos los eventos seguirán las pautas regionales de seguridad sanitaria actuales. Practique una buena higiene de la salud y el distanciamiento físico cuando sea posible. Si no se siente bien, por favor no asista.

Para obtener más información llama o envía un correo electrónico a Stephanie Gonzalez al 707-591-9310 ext. 122, sgonzalez@pepperwoodpreserve.org 

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Acerca de la Instructora – Stephanie Gonzalez: Stephanie creció en Los Ángeles, California, donde asistió a la Universidad de California, Los Ángeles, donde obtuvo un bachillerato en Geografía y Estudios Ambientales. Comenzó su carrera trabajando en proyectos de restauración ecológica como técnica ambiental, realizando estudios botánicos y de vida silvestre. Stephanie ha trabajado con una variedad de niños en edad escolar en su carrera, y recientemente se mudó de la costa central de CA, donde trabajó como directora adjunta del Boys and Girls Club. Está emocionada de encender la pasión en nuestra juventud local, ayudándolos a convertirse en la próxima generación de guardianes de la naturaleza. 

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For questions about this event, please contact Holland Gistelli, Education Program Coordinator, at hgistelli@pepperwoodpreserve.org or (707) 591-9310 x 124.

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