June 2012 -- Bark Stripping, Bake Oven Cooking, and Summer Knap-In
Welcome to Primal Call, our Primal-Knowledge website's shout-out about upcoming events!
In the next few weeks, a lot of new interesting activities will be taking place in addition to our regular classes.
* Bake Oven Cooking
* P.K. Summer Knap-In
* Processing Snapping Turtles
Last Month's Open Skills Day: Bark Stripping Review
The tree crashed to the ground and Mark yelled "That's something that you don't see that every day". We had just dropped a second large Poplar tree. The object of the activity was to test prehistoric and modern methods for stripping poplar bark...
Continue reading about the experience.
This Month's Open Skills Day:
We are holding an open skills day of primitive baking on June 16, 2012!
Bake Oven Cooking June 16, 2012
Open skills days are free and open to the public. During this open skills day, we will be conducting an experimental primitive foods project by constructing a primitive bake oven. The purpose of a bake oven, is to control and contain the heat produced by a fire.
You are welcome to join in the oven project or bring a project of your own to share during open skills day. Most likely we will have some roasted venison and fried vegetables to share at the end of the day. To attend,
read more about it.
P.K. Summer Knap-In : July 6-8, 2012
It's not too early to start thinking about attending PK's Summer
Knap-In. This year the Summer Knap-In will be from July 6-8, 2012.
The focus this year will be on Survival Challenge Games and
relaxing around the knapping pit. There are still spaces open for
those who would like to share a skill. If you would like to attend, to learn more about this free event, go to
Next Month's Open Skills Day:
There are many uses for the common snapping turtle besides delicious meals. By learning how to process a snapping turtle, we will be finding ways to take advantage of these other resources.
Processing Snapping Turtles August 11, 2012
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