As a military veteran, Lee has been living close to the wilderness from the young age of 12, and his skills include Native American wilderness living and study, as well as Japanese Koryu Martial Arts. His approach to nature is one of deep respect and appreciation with an emphasis on the utilitarian aspects of the woods and the harmony that this attitude brings.
Lee has been passionate about the outdoors from a very young age. Taking his knowledge of Native American living and combining Western survival techniques he has created a new way of looking at our wilderness that is both respectful and multifaceted. This attitude is mirrored in his teaching style. He brings a love of nature that feeds his students’ desires to learn more about the outdoors and how to thrive in the wilderness.
Lee is proficient in carving, camp-craft, bowl and basket making, intermediate knot making, cord work, and weaving. He loves carving on a piece of wood! He enjoys spending time in the wild.