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Campfire Cooking

Interested in Campfire Cooking?

Due to COVID-19, Campfire Cooking 2020 has been canceled.

All Wild Earth programs and events from March 16 – March 28 are cancelled, following guidance from the Ulster County Executive’s office regarding limiting potential exposure to COVID-19. We will continue to assess the situation and provide updates as new information becomes available.

If you have already enrolled, our office will be in touch with next steps.


Saturday, March 28, 2020




43 Hinel Road
Kingston, NY 12401



Additional Questions?

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(845) 256-9830

Campfire Cooking

One of the most gratifying ancestral skills is the art of cooking over an open fire.

We will cook ourselves a feast using cooking techniques that have been developed by indigenous cultures all around the world. Cooking via rock grills and boils, pit steaming, clay baking, or just right on the coals unlocks a very specific flavor in the food.

*Part of this class may include wild harvesting for part of our meal.

About the Instructor


Zach FisherZach Fisher – Zach grew up amongst the redwood forests and beaches of the Northern California coast. The pursuit of art and music brought him to NYC and eventually to Tom Brown Jr’s Tracker School which he considers to be the beginning of the education he was always looking for. He began teaching primitive skills and nature connection in 2011 and has since worked for several earth skills programs including the Wild Earth Foundation, the Children of the Earth Foundation, Two Coyotes Wilderness School, Urban Kid Adventurers, Mount Victory Camp in the US Virgin Islands, as well as his own company, Earth Living Skills based in NYC and the Hudson Valley. His fascination with wild edibles and medicinal plants lead him to study herbalism at the Twin Star school of energetic and herbal studies in Connecticut and his studying of indigenous shamanism lead him to begin attending sweat lodges and vision quests with the Hawk’s Nest Quest community in the Hudson Valley. His goal as a teacher and a student is to foster a deeper connection between people and the natural world in the spirit of conservation as well as rediscovering the vastness of our human potential.

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