Bow Drill Fire Making Workshop
We were all astonished when at her first foraging workshop at the Farm this season Nikki Satira pulled out a few supplies and within minutes had used some sticks and a rock to make a fire, right before our eyes! We immediately knew this was something we wanted to learn, and to share with the Farm community.
Join Nikki at the Farm on Thursday July 14th at 5:30pm to learn how to make fire with just the power of friction using a bow drill. In just an hour we'll learn the theory behind the process and Nikki will demonstrate the technique and process.
Head to the website to secure your spot. As always, the workshop is free for Farm members - use your membership code to book your free spot!
When: Thursday July 14, 5:30-6:30
Where: Ottawa Farm Fresh (2811 Ramsayville Rd)
Cost: $20 single pass & $40 family pass for non-members, free for Farm members (use your membership code at checkout for free tickets).
Nikki Satira is a local naturalist and the Executive Director of Earth Path forest school. She has extensive experience and training in the realm of nature connection and education and is currently training to become a clinical herbalist. Her knowledge of the local flora and fauna is extensive and has a passion for exposing people to the delights of the wild world.