Outdoors Briefs

Prepare for backcountry emergencies

Prepare for backcountry emergencies

Landmark Learning is now enrolling for a variety of wilderness medicine certification courses planned for the winter months. 

  • The Wilderness First Responder recertification course is a review and practice of evacuation and decision-making guidelines. It will be held in Cullowhee Feb. 25-27 and March 18-20. 

  • The Wilderness First Aid course is a fast-paced, hands-on training designed to meet the needs of people working in remote locations. It will be held in Cullowhee March 26-27 and in Asheville March 5-6. 

Costs vary. Scholarships are available through The Landmark Foundation. 

Learn more or sign up at landmarklearning.org

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