Survival skills

By Nathan Diebenow

Twenty-five young students learned about primitive techniques with which to survive in the wild at a two-day camp at the Bosque Museum in Clifton last week.

The programs introduced kids of elementary school age to life skills common for children with pre-industrial resources.

On the first day, the students received the ground rules from returning camp leader Kathy Cash before they were split into two groups – mixes of boys and girls.

 

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