Virden Empire-Advance — July 14, 2017
Source: Williams, Carrie. “Hug a tree and survive.” Virden Empire-Advance, 14 July 2017. Accessed online: http://www.empireadvance.ca/news/local-news/hug-a-tree-and-survive-1.21143371.
Image Credit: Carrie Williams, Virden Empire-Advance
Westman Journal — May 3, 2016
Source: Stewart, Lanny. “Brandon Regional Search and Rescue: coming together with the same goal in mind.” Westman Journal, 3 May 2016. Accessed online: http://www.westmanjournal.com/news/local-news/brandon-regional-search-and-rescue-coming-together-with-the-same-goal-in-mind-1.2245246.
Image Credit: Westman Journal
Trained presenters offer educational programming through AdventureSmart, which includes programs such as “Hug a Tree and Survive” for Kindergarten through to Grade Four students, and “Survive Outside” for older children and adults. Look for the AdventureSmart trailer at our next event for more information!
A crucial skill for navigating as a ground search and rescue volunteer.
Training events include training to work as a team. In this image, search and rescue volunteers practice using rope rescue techniques.
Introducing Kime, BRSARA’s K-9 Search and Rescue dog on a routine training exercise with her owner.