Prime time for hiking, backpacking and enjoying Sedona’s forest resources is upon us. Learn a skill that could prove to be a useful technique for wilderness recreation and safety.
Basics of making cordage, and its many uses, will be covered. Learn how to improvise ropes, etc. from locally available materials from a local search and rescue expert.
Presented by Al Cornell, wilderness expert, Friends of the Forest and Search and Rescue Volunteer
Friday January 4, 2019 at 10:00 am at the Red Rock District Visitor Center, one mile south of Village of Oak Creek on Highway 179.
Space at this free public event is limited to the first forty participants.
For further information contact 928-203-2903.