Reservations must be made through advance payment (if the total enrollment fee is greater than $200, you may send a 50% deposit). You may call us at (661) 245-0318 or email us about class availability.
There are two simple ways to reserve a spot in a class:
1. Email email@example.com with your name, phone number and, for overnight classes, any food requirements*. You will receive an invoice via email that allows you to pay with PayPal or a credit card. Details about the class location and an equipment list will then be sent to you.
2. Mail a check or money order made out to Earth Skills to the following address. Include your name, address, phone, email and for overnight classes any food requirements.*
1113 Cougar Ct.
Frazier Park, CA 93225
*For overnight classes, please include any special dietary requirement we should know about (e.g. no meat, no red meat, no dairy, gluten free, vegan).
For vegan, non-dairy, non-gluten & some other diets we may ask you to bring some of your own food.
For weekend or longer classes, you must notify us at least 7 days in advance to receive full credit for another class, or a 75% refund. If you cancel later than that, you risk loss of your enrollment fee unless your space can be filled from a wait list. For one-day classes, you must notify us at least 4 days prior to the class to receive credit for a class or a 75% refund. If you cancel later than that, you risk loss of your enrollment fee unless your space can be filled from a wait list.
Our classes are designed for adults and children 12 years and older. (Exception: the Wilderness Skills class is open to 14 years and above.) We put considerable time and effort into the content and pace of the curriculum, knowing that for younger children and families, classes must be structured differently. Please do not ask us to make an exception to admit your younger child; we must say no in fairness to other parents who have not asked for an exception.
Earth Skills complies with USDA and other government policies prohibiting discrimination based on race, color, national origin, sex, religion or disability. Any student in a class on National Forest land who believes he or she has been discriminated against should immediately contact the Secretary of Agriculture, Washington D.C. 20250.
Classes can be scheduled for groups of at least 8 people. Rates available on request. Please contact us early to reserve a date.
In addition, a group of four or more enrolling at the same time in a regularly scheduled class can qualify for a 15% discount.
Food and Lodging
For all one-day classes, students bring lunch, water and other simple gear which we will list upon enrollment.