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EXPLORING HISTORY and AMERICAN FRONTIER CULTURES OF THE 18TH CENTURY
Tracking and Woodslore Workshops

  

"Tracking and Woodslore Weekend Workshop" at a WV State Park is an educational and entertaining weekend for the entire family.   The outdoor and indoor programs focus on Cultural Exchanges during the 18th century in the southern Appalachian Mountains.  Abundant wildlife at the parks help to enhance your tracking skills---skills necessary to the survival of 18th century peoples who frequented the trails of the region on hunting, trading, and warring expeditions. Other skills of 18th century cultures are explored also, e.g., plant uses, scavenging, and hide tanning. Special 18th century foods may be a part of the weekend as well. The WV weekend event at Twin Falls also provides credits for participants in the West Virginia Master Naturalist Program. Twin Falls offers good package deals for the weekend event with both cabins and lodge rooms available on a first reserved, first served basis. Contact the park 1-800-CALL-WVA.  For more info, check out the park website at http://www.twinfallsresort.com/

 2017 WV State Park Tracking and Woodslore Workshop:

-Jan. 13-15 – Tracking and 18th Century Woodslore, Twin Falls State Park, WV. http://www.twinfallsresort.com/Lore.pdfl   Contact 1-800-CALLWVA.


 




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