Peter Magnin, wilderness skills instructor at Earth Skills LLC got his first taste of survival skills while serving in the United States Air Force where he trained with the Air Force Survival, Escape, Resistance and Evasion (SERE) schools. After the military, he continued his bushcraft training with notable primitive and survival skills professionals Terry Barney, Tim Smith, Sam Larson, Kelly Harlton, Dale Kiselyk, and the world-renowned Mors Kochanski of Karamat Wilderness Ways. Some of his completed classes and accomplishments have been; completing the Jack Mountain Bushcraft School 9 Week Wilderness Bushcraft Immersion Semester with the Journeyman Guide Certificate, Terry Barney’s Bushclass Online Advance certification, Advance Survival Course from 88 Tactical, Karamat’s Extended Winter Wilderness Living Skills/ Survival Course, National Registered Wilderness EMT, Whitewater Rafting Guide school, Sam Larson’s Wood Song Wilderness School Animal Tracking, Paul Kirtley’s Frontier Bushcraft Online Elementary Bushcraft Course. He is currently attending university for Fish and Wildlife Management where he is able to continue his education in ecology, dendrology, mammalogy, ornithology,… and learn the forest in the most intimate way he can. He is an expedition guide for a non-profit No Barriers which takes veterans with disabilities on trips with challenges such as rock climbing, white water rafting, canyoneering, backcountry backpacking, and mountaineering. He also has a huge passion for canoeing, from unsupported canoe expeditions, to carving a canoe paddle with traditional tools out in the woods.