Earthwalk Northwest offers programs focusing on earth awareness and primitive living skills, including primitive bow making, fire by friction, wild edibles, and much more. Our unique courses provide in-depth, hands-on experience, allowing participants to deepen their understanding of traditional skills while learning how to wisely use and honor the many gifts the earth has to offer. Hear what our students have to say about us…


Karen was interviewed on the topic of local wild foods and prepared a wild foods dinner for a waterways quality and preservation organization, Puget Sound Starts Here. Check out the video to see Karen’s interview and which wild foods graced our table.


Check out a recent Seattle Times article on Turkey Hunting here.


Primitive Living Skills Apprenticeship

Take your skills to the next level in the Primitive Living Skills Apprenticeship Program, offering a year of in-depth primitive living skills study…

Plant Apprenticeship & Ethnobotanical Studies

Prepare to see the world around you through new eyes. Come explore and deepen your relationship with the world of plants in our Plant Apprenticeship & Ethnobotanical Studies Program

Path of The Hunter Mentoring Program

Explore the traditional skills of the hunter, both past and present, with honor, respect, and ethics in the newly expanded Path of The Hunter Mentoring Program


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