Aired on FOX TV on Home Preparedness for an emergency
"Hunting Survival" Tom Laskowski's "survival"
interview aired on the syndicated radio
show "The Big Wild"
al Survival, Cody Lrown, Tracker School,
BOSS, Boulder Outdoor Survival School, dual survival,
Midwest Native Skills Institute (MNSI) is a non-military,
wilderness, outdoors school headquartered in Ohio, offering
comprehensive classes in wilderness survival designed to teach you
how to survive and live comfortably in the wild with little or even no equipment.
Additionally, the skills you will learn in MNSI
classes will allow you to feel more comfortable in your own home,
and prepare you for any emergency inside or outside of the comfort
of the four walls you live within.
Class length: Day - Weekend - Week(6 Days)
20% lecture; 80% hands-on learning - VERY
interactive, fun and relaxed
Average Age Of Attendees: 44-years-old
(age has ranged from eight to 73-years-old)
Background Of Students: Doctors, lawyers, accounts,
stay-at-home moms, teachers, Boy and Girl Scouts and their leaders,
students, professors, single parents, etc. - anyone who is looking
to become more secure in their environment in or outside of their
home Minimum Age: None. Under 17-years-old
must be accompanied by an adult Typical Class Demographics: 40% female; 60% male Average Skill Level: Some camping and/or hiking experience
(although you don't have to have any experience at all to attend
Safety Of Students: There has NEVER been ANY MNSI student
injured or put in danger
in any endeavor encountered within the MNSI school or class
Classes are taught in a kind, gentle way, and include
three good daily meals (you don't have to eat bugs!). MNSI focuses
on "how" to do the real skills needed to survive,
rather than relying on pure physical strength. Physical fitness
or strength is not required to attend any of our classes.
Each day will be fast paced as you learn a different
aspect of how to acquire shelter, fire, water and food. You will also
learn how to deal with a host of other issues such as how to navigate
with or without maps as you heighten your awareness of your
Become a real "Survivor" and learn the real skills you
see portrayed on television shows like "Man vs. Wild."
You will feel empowered as you learn to make fire by rubbing two sticks
together, make a meal from the plants you find, and how to set snares or
traps for food.
All meals are included (see Classes link for sample menus). Tent camping during class is typical, however,
you can make other arrangements, such as a motel
Alternate accommodations under Classes link).
Recipe for "TROUBLE" - Cody Lundin
with Tom Laskowski
/ Steve Watts, Tom and Ron Hood
If you're buying a gift for a cheese
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reproduction of the flint-and-steel sets carried by
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This set comes complete with
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** NEW DVD
Fin, Fur and Feather
- DVD A detailed, step-by-step visual guide to killing game,
gutting and skinning (field dressing) the game, and various ways to cook
what you've hunted. The DVD is named "Fin, Feather and Fur"
since it covers virtually all of the types of game you will
encounter in the wild...Fin (fish), Feather (chicken) and Fur (rabbit).
with Short Wave and Weather bands (plus Ways to Charge) Dynamo & Solar-Powered Radio with all the
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