Year Round: Preserving the wilderness...

Outdoor Wilderness Living Experience (OWLE)
Ancestral Skills Program (ASP)
Pathfinders
Preschool Program- "Through the Eyes of a Naturalist"

Summers Camps: For generations to come...

Summer in the Woods
Little Chipmunks
Self-Sufficiency Day Camp for Kids
Forest Summer Camp
Primitive Skills

Workshops: Through education today

Bow Making Workshop
Knife Making Workshop
Traditional Arrow Making Workshop
3-Day Survival Program
Rites of Passage
Basket Making Workshop
Individual Survival Courses for Men and Women

News From the Woods 5/22/18

*NOTE: Due to Hawkeye's logistically complicated life this summer, we have decided to re-schedule this summer's Longbow Making workshop until Summer 2019. Stay tuned for more info about this unique opportunity.

*QUIET HEART IS LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEER TEEN COUNSELORS FOR OUR SUMMER CAMPS - Have interested teens call the office to discuss opportunities
Age 15+; assist our lead instructors and learn valuable leadership skills while spending the day outside with kids; earn volunteer credits (if needed); no long term commitment necessary

*IF YOU ARE STILL LOOKING FOR SOME SUMMER FUN, THERE'S STILL TIME! HERE IS A LIST OF WHAT WE HAVE AVAILABLE - REGISTER NOW!
More specific info about each camp can be found on the COURSES page

Summer in the Woods at Yost Park
Session 1 = July 2-13 4 SPACES AVAILABLE
Session 4 = August 13-24 6 SPACES AVAILABLE

Forest Camp at Yost Park
Session 1 = July 2-6 6 SPACES AVAILABLE

Little Chipmunks in Lynnwood
Session 3 = July 23, 25, 27 2 SPACES AVAILABLE

Ninja Foxes at Yost Park; August 27-31 4 SPACES AVAILABLE

*MEET CHRISSY, QUIET HEART'S NEXT LEADER 
http://quietheart.org/about/

*FALL OWLE (ages 8-12)and Ancestral Skills registration opens July 15

*FALL PATHFINDERS (ages 5-7) registration opens July 15th

*NEW WORKSHOPS are scheduled! Find one that excites you and sign up - see the list here, under the Workshops tab: http://quietheart.org/courses/
Workshop opportunities include: Flintknapping, Bystander Training, Wild Plant Medicinals, Sparking a Fire, Plant Identification, Orienteering, Wilderness Navigation, making an antler handle knife, making a hickory longbow and more!

A Little History

Welcome to Quiet Heart Wilderness School. Established in 1997, Quiet Heart is a wilderness education program designed to enhance students understanding of the natural world, and instill in them a sense of stewardship toward their planet and its creatures. Through exploration of nature, as well as the sharing of knowledge and lore of the Ancestors, Quiet Heart students gain a sense of comfort and respect for the natural world of which they are a part. Led by experienced instructors, students will find courses and programs on topics such as primitive and survival skills, edible and medicinal plants, animal tracking, wilderness navigation, awareness skills, team building and problem solving. Quiet Heart’s various programs range from Through the eyes of a Naturalist our preschool program, OWLE for 8 to 15 year olds, and many other family programs and courses. Quiet Heart is all about learning by doing and having fun.

Quiet Heart has been serving families of South Snohomish and North King Counties from Seattle and Shoreline to Woodinville and Redmond  for over 20 years!

view our course calendar 2018 click here