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Sunday, September 10 • 10:00am - 11:30am
Basic Wilderness First Aid ~ 10:00AM-11:30AM

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No one should venture out into the outdoors without the awareness of how to take care of yourself, your partner or even a stranger that has become injured out on the trails. This hands on class will teach you the basic wilderness skills needed to stabilize an injury or manage a wound until you can either hike out or help arrives. You will also learn how to improvise with what you have on you, in your pack or in nature to manage an injury when you don’t have it in your first aid kit. This class is taught by the professionals from Santa Clara County Sheriff Search and Rescue who are the first responders for any incident in the wilderness. 


Kim Ringeisen

Santa Clara County Sheriff's Search & Rescue

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At CamelBak, we are the pioneers of hands free hydration but we are so much more than that.  We want to empower and fuel you to farther than you imagined on whatever journey you might be on.  We went to encourage you to go off script and live in a moment without distraction. At C... Read More →

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Santa Clara County Sheriff's Search & Rescue

Santa Clara County Sheriff's Search and Rescue was formed in 1989 to assist city, county, state and federal agencies in times of emergency. The Team is part of the Special Operations Division of the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Department.  Our members are all dedicated volunteer... Read More →

Sunday September 10, 2017 10:00am - 11:30am
Wilderness Safety

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