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Medicine Bow

A Primitive School of Earthlore in the North Georgia Mountains

CLASSES FOR ADULTS AND ADOLESCENTS, 
CLASSES FOR FAMILIES, 
and CLASSES FOR CHILDREN

 

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Medicine Bow is a wilderness school in the North Georgia Mountains that specializes in Native American survival skills (primitive skills) and nature classes.

Besides a year round schedule of courses at the school, Medicine Bow carries programs to you on all aspects of Indian lore; such as: using wild plants for food and medicine, tracking, archery, history, canoeing, sign language and other facets of environmental education.

Join us in helping to preserve the  hemlock trees from destruction by an Oriental aphid.
The hemlock is
the defining tree of our southern Appalachian mountains.
www.lumpkincoalition.org


"...And the Medicine Bow was laid to rest, never having been used to pierce the flesh of man or creature, but for the good of the people."

- from The Legend of the Medicine Bow

 


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Last Updated February 25th, 2007 by Eric Leland

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