SNF Winter 2017 First Aid/CPR Class

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Free Training for Wilderness Corps Volunteers via the Sierra National Forest

The Sierra National Forest is offering an American Red Cross First Aid/CPR training on Saturday, December 16, 2017. The class would be one day, approximately eight hours, in length. It would be held at the High Sierra Ranger District Office in Prather.

Volunteers that just received their Chainsaw A/B Card remember that the card is not valid unless you have a valid First Aid/CPR Card and a valid Bloodborne Pathogens Card.

Please sign-up for this event today.

To Attend you must be registered as a Wilderness Corps Volunteer.


Todd Brockman is one of the founders of Wilderness Corps. He came up with the idea while on Trail Crew in the Los Padres National Forest. He has been backpacking just about all his life. Todd Brockman was a Trail Crew Leader for the Ventnana Wilderness Alliance and was a Volunteer Wilderness Steward in the Los Padres National Forest for 2 years. Todd then volunteered as Weekend Wilderness Ranger for the 2013 season in the Sierra National Forrest. Todd’s is involved with many organizations that promote Wilderness Stewardship from Washington D.C. to the local level. Todd is an IT Professional however, Todd says the best job ever would be to part of the solitude of the Wilderness.

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