Student Teaches Wilderness Survival Skills to Residents

David Steinberger (left) and Andy Patari (center) demonstrate how to read a topographical map.

David Steinberger goes through his emergency kit.

Photos by Michael Moore

Being prepared was the topic of the day at the Horatio Colony Nature Preserve on Saturday, August 14th. Second-year student David Steinberger and incoming AUNE student Andy Patari taught a group of Keene residents what they should have in their packs to stay safe while hiking. David is a student intern at AUNE’s Antioch New England Institute (ANEI), where he plans and organizes activities at the Horatio Colony Nature Preserve. This nature workshop was one of six co-hosted by ANEI and Keene’s Horatio Colony Museum this summer.

Read the Keene Sentinel article here.

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