COVID-19: Things To Do, Virtual Classes, and Resources to Stay Safe and Informed
Many people are coming to the realization that children no longer spend enough time outdoors. Live Oak's mission is to get kids outside, breathing the fresh air and experiencing the beautiful nature that surrounds us everyday.
Home School Program: Every week, Live Oak offers folk skills programs open to local home schooled students, covering the subjects of homesteading, primitive survival, and naturalist studies. Students get to experience the planting and harvesting of organic vegetables, tracking of local wildlife, and even basic blacksmithng while spending time with like minded peers and adult role models.
Guilds: Rangers (9-13) meet every second Saturday for 6 hours. Participants get together and expand upon their skills, engage in hands-on projects, have adventures in the field, face group challenges, and play games.
Workshops: The adult and family workshops cover topics such as primitive survival, homesteading, and nature connection/observation. You get hands-on experience that allows you to go home and continue expanding on your new skills.