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Wilderness Survival 4: Making and Using Cordage

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May
21
Thursday
May 21st
10:00 am EDT

Most people take tools into the wilderness to cut and separate things. Very seldom do people take tools to join or attach other items. Good cordage is just as essential as a good knife.

Register for this Online Adventure to learn about how to use our cordage and how to make cordage out of both natural and synthetic materials. The skills you will learn here can be practiced literally anywhere once you understand the fundamentals.

What you’ll learn:

Different types of cordage

The basic knots everyone should know

How to make both natural and synthetic cordage

Requirements

A length of cordage that is at least 3 feet long if you want to follow along with knots at home

A small roll of jute twine if you want to follow along with making cordage at home

about

About Don "Ski" Sulewski

Ski joined Pinelands Adventures in 2017 and quickly became an integral part of our team. After retiring from the United States Army, he was promoted to oversee our Rancocas operations. An avid outdoorsman, who loves to hike, hunt and fish, he has learned much about the Pine Barrens and is always eager to share his knowledge about its plant and animal life. In his spare time, he likes to teach and learn about primitive survival skills and is an amateur knife maker.

May
21
Thursday
May 21st
10:00 am EDT