Primitive Pottery and Containers


Primitive Pottery and Containers

  • Difficulty Rating

    Level 1

  • Duration

    2 Days / 1 Night

  • Locations



One of the most difficult pieces of equipment to replace is a good container to cook with and boil water. So when you don’t have your stainless steel canteen, primitive pottery is a must skill to have to make sure you food is cooked and your water safe to drink. Not to mention that making your own primitive pottery from clay you dug from the ground is an extremely rewarding skill to master. These skills can be used for functional purposes or you can make these simply as a way to express your artistic endeavors. This course will teach you how to make containers for pretty much anything completely primitively! Primitive pottery containers in the wild is a must for cooking, carrying, and storage. After this course students will be proficient in making clay containers, vine baskets, bark containers, and more from items they can easily procure in the wild! Students will leave with first hand knowledge and experience in this vital bush-craft and survival skill-set that will last them a lifetime. This will be a laid back course with an emphasis on having fun while still ensuring you get all the information you need to go out and replicate the skills taught. Come out and join us for this great learning opportunity!

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Instructors: Robert Allen

Location: Mansfield, MO – Headquarters

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Dates: None currently scheduled




1233 Highway B
Mansfield, MO 65704
United States

HQ: (479) 426-7990

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