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Learn New Skills With Resiliency Training

A new company called Resiliency Training teaches individuals and families to gain outdoor survival skills, create natural body care products and prepare for the event of an emergency.

Do you want to learn how to become more self-reliant? Have you ever wanted to feel more prepared in the event of an emergency? Do you want to learn how to create your own natural herbal soaps, salves, lotions and lip balms? Do you enjoy being outdoors and would like to learn the necessary skills and knowledge to purify water, use plants for first aid and food, make cordage from plant material, build a matchless fire and create a shelter?

If you answered yes to any of these, than you should check out a new company in Greenfield called Resiliency Training LLC. Resiliency Training LLC is currently doing classes for the Greenfield, Greendale and Milwaukee Recreation Departments. You can learn more about these classes by going to resiliencytraining.net.

 
Resiliency Training LLC was founded by Shannon Francis, an Outdoor Education graduate of UW Stevens Point and now a Greenfield resident.  Shannon has taught environmental education and survival skills for the Peace Corps and the YMCA. Shannon loves to teach both children and adults become more self-reliant, thrive in the outdoors in all kinds of inclement weather, create your own line of natural bath and body products and prepare for the event of a emergency.

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