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Hello Friends. We are reaching out to see if anyone in the Midwest is interested in forming a Rewilding homeschool group.

Focus areas (just to help get us started) include;

Camping- in our native temperate deciduous forests and trips to boreal, desert, coastal, and alpine ecosystems when possible. The intent is to give the children a sense of nomadism.

Homesteading- a network to assist with the subsistence use of domesticated flora, fauna, and technology. While those of us interested in rewilding have thought about the flaws of homesteading systems, such as the laws of inflation/entropy destroying the very infrastructure we become dependent on, it is still a good way to learn skills of self-reliance.

Wild Edibles- sustainably re-integrating into the natural food chain. A first principle of our uniquely human experience that is masked by a deluge of surrogate activities.

We are also interested in pooling resources and exchanging knowledge that will equip our youth to be successful citizens.  The whole reading, writing, and arithmetic abstraction.

We are grateful to Paul and the other leaders in these circles for all the hard work and for providing a platform with which to meet-up with like minded people.  Have a great day and see you out there.
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