1805 Living Experience
A one-of-a-kind experience!
A living history event in which the participants strive to emulate and re-create life as it might have been for the Lewis and Clark Expedition during their stayin the Lemhi Valley in August 1805.
Join us for this annual 10-day stay at the Sacajawea Center. Participants camp onsite at the Outdoor School and spend their days living life like they would have in 1805: preparing sinew for thread, making stone and bone tools, gathering and preparing wild plants for healing and medicines, fashioning containers from clay, and weaving baskets from native willow – to name a few of the activities you might participate in. Food is rustic and prepared over a campfire. Each night, snuggle into one of the brush lodges onsite after gathering around the campfire.
The 1805 Living Experience is a project in experimental archaeology and applied ancestral technology, recreating the daily activities and experiences of early people living in frontier America in 1805. Participants may sign up for all or part of this project as their individual schedules permit.
Space is limited so sign up early!
|Deadline||Individual Fee||Family Fee
(up to 4 people)
|June 30||$ 300.00||$ 600.00|
|July 31||$ 400.00||$ 700.00|
|After August 1||$ 500.00||$ 800.00|
- $100 Non-refundable Deposit
- Contact us for student discount or families larger than 4