Cover story about Maine's three wilderness schools: Ray Reitze's Earthways in C
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Cover story about Maine's three wilderness schools: Ray Reitze's Earthways in Canaan, Mike Douglas' The Good Earth School in Augusta and Dan Fisher's Wilderness School in Brunswick. The schools were inspired by the teachings of Tom Brown Jr. who owns and operates Tracker, Inc. in southern New Jersey. Maine's schools offer weekend and week-long courses in various levels of survival skills, tracking (both animal and human) and crafts made with materials found in nature. Costs range from $25 for a half-day craft course to $700 for a week-long "survival adventure." With biographical details about Reitze, Douglas and Fisher, information about their philosophies, anecdotes and contact information including Internet addresses. Related editorial.
Good Earth School, Wilderness School
Fisk, Karen, "Cover story about Maine's three wilderness schools: Ray Reitze's Earthways in C" (1998). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 3420.
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