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Wilderness First Aid Sept. 23-24

From: Terrie
Sent on: Sunday, September 10, 2017 3:55 PM


We’re heading into the shoulder season, when we have some of our best times in the outdoors.  Mild days, cool nights, head-turning changes in our wilderness flora, coaxing us to play outside.

Training in Wilderness First Aid makes it safer for all of us to stay on a regular diet of nature’s elements.  Whether it’s rock, water, earth or ice, there’s always a risk you’ll encounter illness or injury.  If you haven’t yet certified in WFA, check out the class coming up on Sept. 23-24. With an investment of just 2 days you can get the skills and confidence you need to cope with the unexpected, improving post-emergency outcomes for everyone and reducing the strain on our EMS organizations.

There are 2 types of wilderness travelers: those who have experienced a backcountry emergency and those who are going to.

See you in class,

Terrie Arnold


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