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We at The Survival University strive to bring you as much information as possible in relation to survival, emergency preparedness, wilderness medicine, bushcraft and pretty much anything related to survival. We cant possibly know it all and will never claim to do so. But what we can do is bring you amazing instructors from all over the country if not the globe. Here are the bios for some of our guest instructors.
Fernando Moreira's Professional Tracking Services Tracking is not a lost art, but rather an underutilized modern science. Fernando is the CEO & Chief Training Instructor at Fernando Moreira's Professional Tracking Services and Tactical Tracking School.
Donny Dust is an experienced survivalists, bushcrafters, primitive living practitioner with years of experience and is the owner and lead instructor for Paleo Tracks Survival LLC. Here are a few of his specialties: wilderness self reliance, primitive weapons, flint knapping, hunting, natural navigation, fire making, tracking, shelter building, game tracking, water procurement, wilderness health/comfort, bush craft, first aid, cold weather survival, jungle survival, desert survival, low/high altitude survival, and urban survival.
“Cattail” Bob Seebeck is the author of Survival Plants of Colorado and Best-Tasting Edibles of the Rocky Mountain West. He has been an Earth Knack instructor since 1993. Cattail Bob has been conducting outdoor education classes in the Rockies since 1975, offering instruction in wild useful herbs, wilderness survival, and mountain cabin building. Cattail is a back country guide and former squad boss of the Larimer County, Colorado, search, rescue, and fire crew. Cattail Bob’s excellent wild plant field class was featured on The Today Show during an Earth Knack Family Gathering Program. He currently resides in a self-built solar cabin near Estes Park, Colorado.
Albert Lopez has being training in the jungles for more than 22 years. Putting his skills to the test in the jungles of Costa Rica and Nicaragua. Training in the jungles of Nicaragua with the Rama Indians learning their ancient ways of survival and combining then with modern bush craft techniques.
SEE OUR GOALS THIS YEAR
OF 1000KM IN MOUNTAINS
SLEPT EVERY DAY
NEW PLACES DISCOVERED