Richard Lonewolf Survival School was founded November 6th, 2014 by Ethnobotany & Wilderness Survival Expert & U.S. Army Vietnam & Cold War Era Veteran Richard Lonewolf ( Cherokee ) after a lifetime of learning & applying these skills, & then teaching for over 40 years to a myriad of students including U.S. military units all the way down to grade schoolers . ( view credentials)
Above: A great photo thanks to Susan Barr & Kern Valley Sun; this one shows Lonewolf teaching alongside his younger brother & assistant instructor, Randall White Feather, at Tank Park in Lake Isabella Friday, September 12th ( full article).
Although Richard Lonewolf Survival School is still in the process of becoming a State-accredited, federally-funded public school, Richard Lonewolf & assistants are currently available to teach anywhere in California as well as here in the Kern River Valley .
Tsa La Gi Richard Lonewolf has been teaching elder (“Cherokee”) applied ethnobotany (step-by-step edible, medicinal, & utility uses for hundreds of species of plants & trees) , emergency survival, & advanced wilderness living skills for more than 40 years to a wide variety of students.
Richard Lonewolf, Winter 2014.
He was raised & the school is located among the ecological merges between the Sierra Nevada Mountains & the Mojave Desert , where five botanical regions found throughout California meet among the Kern River Valley.
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