Class Schedule

Spring/Summer 2022 Calendar of Events at


teaching Native American survival skills & Earthlore

Classes for all ages taught by Mark Warren

104 Medicine Bow. Dahlonega, GA 30533

medicinebow(at)  706-864-5928 

[Private classes also available at Medicine Bow or at the site of your choice.]

 ***Pre-registration is required for all events.

 This class is full. April 9 – THE ART OF ARCHERYA complete lesson from 1999 World Longbow Champion. For all skill levels, ages 8 to 108. Gear provided or BYO.   $80

April 24 – ARCHERY RENDEZVOUSFor archers of all skill levels (except raw beginners), a fun and adventurous challenge to win the SILVER ARROW. 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.   $10 per person: (bow rental add $10)

This class is full. May 28 – THE WILD PLANTS OF SPRINGLearn to identify and use native plants as food, medicine, fire kit, insect repellent, and craft material. An important class for serious survival students.   $70

May 29 – ARCHERY RENDEZVOUS (See Apr. 24)    $10

This class is full June 4 – STALKING WILD ANIMALS The Cherokee discipline for approaching wild animals undetected. For hunters, photographers, observers, and anyone seeking that quantum leap in the forest from visitor to participant.     $65

 June 18 – THE ART OF ARCHERY – (See April 9)   $80

 June 26 – ARCHERY RENDEZVOUS (See Apr. 24)   $10

This class is full July 16 – TRACKINGLearn the prints, gaits, and track patterns of native animals of Appalachia and how to track them.    $65

July 24 – ARCHERY RENDEZVOUS (See Apr. 24)   $10

July 30 – KNIFE & HAWK Learn to throw knife and tomahawk with power and accuracy. Weapons provided or bring your own.  $65

August 6 – THE ART OF ARCHERY – (See April 10)   $80

This class is full Aug. 20 – CREATING FIRE BY THE BOW-DRILLConjure up fire from dead wood using your handmade fire kit. Learn the species of trees that “swallowed fire” in the ancient days and the sources of tinder that are available even on wet days.  $70

This class is full.  Aug. 27 – A STUDY OF SUMMER TREESIdentify trees by bark patterns, leaves, smell, limbs, and habitat. Learn their foods, medicines, cordage fibers, fire-kit use, insect repellency). Appropriate for ambulatory elderly.  $65

Aug. 28 – ARCHERY RENDEZVOUS (See Apr. 24)  $10

[Private half day classes are available]


Reserve your spot by email or phone, then mail a check or money order made to: Medicine Bow, Ltd. 104 Medicine Bow, Dahlonega, GA 30533


Each class is filled to its limit by a first-come-first-served receipt of check made payable to:  MEDICINE BOW, LTD.  A check received after a class fills is, of course, returned in full.  A cancellation 7 full days before class also returned in full.  Cancellation by 4 full days before class, 50% returned or 60% applied to future workshop.


Everything that Mark teaches can be found in his Secrets of the Forest book series. These books are available HERE and everywhere books are sold. These volumes share knowledge Mark has gained from more than 50 years of intense nature, and Native American studies, self-imposed survival trips, and teaching to thousands of students all across the country. If you are a student of the forest, primitive skills, survival lore, or a teacher of these subjects, these books were written for you (each book includes more than 100 detailed project descriptions.) And, if you are someone who enjoys reading about adventures in nature from the safe, dry space you call home, we think you will enjoy Mark’s stories and personal adventures, many of which are included among these pages.

Secrets of the Forest, a teaching legacy, by award-winning naturalist Mark Warren.

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