The Bioasis’ 10 Day Bioasis Expedition
This is a mission based workshop where students will learn to adapt, solve problems, locate food and equipment drops and undertake challenging adventures – all whilst contributing to biodiversity studies, conservation programmes and building individual and group resilience.
Mission Objectives: Navigate 52km through wilderness terrain, meeting Bioasis agents and avoiding industrialists. Undertake night-time stealth crossing of industrialist heartland. Negotiate final 8km to outer perimeter of The Bioasis. Rebuild advanced basecamp. Establish renewable energy sources. Locate food & equipment drops on land and water. Environment clean up. Wildlife survey work, conservation activities and camera trapping. Regular radio reports to Bioasis Mission Control required. Plan for post-mission return and guerrilla rewilding activities.
Skills & Learning Outcomes: multi-day trekking, renewable energy circuits, Leave No Trace philosophy, navigation, canoe skills & safety, camera trapping, foraging, search and rescue, food hygiene & preparation, camp craft, team work, problem solving, conservation & rewilding.
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