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Wilderness First Aid Training

Co-hosted by: 

Native American Fish and Wildlife Society and Desert Mountain Medicine

June 18-19, 2024 in Browning, MT

The Native American Fish and Wildlife Society will be hosting a Wilderness First Aid Training on June 18-19, 2024. This workshop will be held at Glacier Peaks Hotel and Casino in Browning, MT. Lodging for the nights of June 17-19, 2024 will be covered for all registered participants. This 16 hour Wilderness First Aid course includes basic life support (CPR for adult/child/infant & AED), Wilderness Anaphylaxis Training, and covers injuries and illnesses common when traveling or working in remote areas. We will learn proper bleeding control methods, heat and cold injury prevention and treatment, as well as how to identify and treat medical issues such as diabetic and cardiac emergencies.

Course Registration:

NAFWS members or Member Tribes: There will be no registration costs for NAFWS members or member Tribes.

NAFWS Non-member: If you are not a member or from a non-member Tribe, the cost of this course is $150.

This workshop will be capped at 24 participants. Both Biologists and CLEOs are encouraged to apply.

Please limit registration to two representatives per Tribe or Tribal Organization.

Lodging: Three nights of lodging from June 17-19, 2024 are provided to all participants at Glacier Peaks Hotel and Casino; 50 Museum Loop, Browning, MT. 59417

Location: Glacier Peaks Hotel and Casino; 50 Museum Loop, Browning, MT. 59417

Transportation: Participants are responsible for their own transportation.

For more information, contact Laurel James, [email protected]

Event Details

Start date: June 18, 2024

End date: June 19, 2024

Start time: 08:00 MDT

End time: 17:00 MDT

Venue: Browning, MT

Email: [email protected]

In Recognition of Their Support

The Native American Fish and Wildlife Society would like to thank those organizations that provided us with support over the years. With them we grew an effective national communications network for the exchange of information and management techniques related to self-determined tribal fish and wildlife management.

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