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Frequently Asked Questions:

Registration

1. How do I register for a class?

On line: You can register for available classes on the website. Find 

the class you would like to attend and click on subscribe. If you are 

not already registered with us and logged in, you will be directed to 

the registration page. On the registration page you will be directed 

to our Cancellation / Registration Policy, which you should read if 

you have not already. Upon registering you will have to indicate 

agreement to the terms of registration. You will receive a link in an 

email verifying your email address. Use that link to verify your 

registration and to log into our website, after which you will be able 

to register for open classes by subscribing to them through the 

Event Calendar.


Mail: Print out our Registration Application along with the information 

from the class which you are interested in from the Event Calendar, 

and mail it along with a non-refundable deposit to: Louisiana School 

of Bushcraft - Port Allen, La


PhoneCall our office at (225) 315-9856 Monday through Friday, 

between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. CDT


All students will be required to sign the Cancellation / Registration 

Policy upon arrival before being admitted into the class.

2. Do you have an upper/lower age limit for your 

classes?

Louisiana School of Bushcraft welcomes anyone older than 17 years 

old by the first day of his or her respective class, children between
12 and 16 years old can attend classes through our Tinderbundle
program. However, 
insurance restrictions require that all Louisiana
School of Bushcraft 
students who are younger than 16 must be
accompanied by a 
parent or guardian. The guardian must be at least
18 years of age 
by the first day of the respective class. Both the
parent and the 
guardian are obligated to pay class tuition for the
class they would 
like to register for. All students not accompanied by
a parent or 
guardian must be 17 years old by the first day of their
class. In the 
future it may be possible for parents or guardians who
have taken 
previous class to come and volunteer for the class that
their child is 
involved in without incurring any of the class tuition. All
students 16 
years or younger will be required to have a liability 
waiver signed by their parent or guardian. We are currently working
to 
set up a program geared towards introducing children younger than
12 to 
the skills we teach.

3. How early can I sign up for a class?

As soon as a class appears on the schedule you can sign up, 

however, please keep in mind that once you have registered, if you 

are unable to attend the class for whatever reason, our Cancellation 

Registration Policy will apply.

4. When is the latest that I can sign up for a class?

We close the registration at one week prior whether a class is full or 

not. This allows us plenty of time for administrative issues and to fill 

our food and supply orders by the start of class.  

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Class Prices

1. How much do your courses cost?

Refer to the particular class you are interested in for cost.

2. How much of a deposit do I have to put down 

to reserve my space for a class?

The minimum Class Deposits are as follows:

One Day courses: $150 (full tuition)

Weekend Courses: $100 (2,3, or 4 day classes)

One Week Course: $300

Please read our Cancellation / Registration Policy before registering 

for a class.

3. When is the balance due for my class?

Due to the time limitations of the classes, the balance of tuition is 

due one week prior to the start date of the class. Please read our 

Cancellation / Registration Policy before registering for a class.

4. How do I pay for my class? Do you take credit 

cards?

You have many payment options for Louisiana School of Bushcraft 

classes. We accept Visa, Master Card, American Express & Discover 

cardsthrough PayPal online. Personal checks are accepted only 

when drawn on U.S. banks, in U.S. funds. Money orders and 

travelers checks must be in U.S. Funds. Please make all checks and 

money orders payable to Louisiana School of Bushcraft. Cash is only 

accepted when registering in person at our office, please do not mail 

cash.

5. Can I get/use a student loan to pay for my 

Louisiana School of Bushcraft classes?

Louisiana School of Bushcraft is not an accredited institution and 

does not qualify for student loan status.

6. Does Louisiana School of Bushcraft offer 

discounts?

Periodically Louisiana School of Bushcraft will offer various discounts 

for returning students or referrals. Sign up for our newsletter so you 

can stay up to date on the latest discounts we will be offering. We 

also hope to set up a permanent discount for all military and 

emergency response personnel who are currently serving (Active or 

Reserve).

7. Do you offer group discounts?

Private classes for large groups or non-profit organizations (i.e. 

church youth groups or Boy Scouts) may be eligible for discounts. 

However depending on logistics and obligations required by Louisiana 

School of Bushcraft, the class (and discount) would have to be 

arranged and approved well in advance. Contact us at: 

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Attending a Class, Meals, and Accommodation’s

1. Where will my class be held?

Currently Louisiana School of Bushcraft’s classes are held in an 

established camp at the Camp Carruth in Port Allen, La.

2. How do I get to my class location?

It is the attending student’s responsibility to get to the class.

3. When should I plan to arrive for/leave my 

class?

We will begin setting up several hours ahead of the class start time 

and we will provide you with start and finish times for the class you 

register for. Keep in mind you should allow yourself plenty of time 

for delays and you should also give yourself plenty of time to set up 

your camp at the beginning of class and plenty of time to tear it 

down. If you see that you are going to be late please call the 

Louisiana School of Bushcraft office at (225) 315-9856 so we can 

be aware and make the proper accommodation’s for you. If you 

arrive before the times listed below personnel form the Louisiana 

School of Bushcraft will not be available and the camp at the Camp 

Carruth will not be available until the time we have reserved. We 

encourage you to make every effort to arrive on time because the 

first class lectures of all the classes are usually very important for 

the remainder of the class. If a student does not arrive within a 

reasonable time Louisiana School of Bushcraft will take efforts to 

contact the student, but we will not hold up the rest of the class 

due to someone else’s absence. So please make sure we have 

adequate contact information.


Listed below are the general start and finish times for the classes.

1-day classes and weekend classes (usually on Saturday or 

Sunday) will start around 8 a.m. and end around 5:00 P.M., followed 

by a period of fellowship

4. Can I arrive early?

Registered students can arrive at the camp when personnel from the

Louisiana School of Bushcraft arrive at the camp also. Please be 

respectful of Camp Carruth property and of the camp facility that is 

reserved for the school.


Louisiana School of Bushcraft personnel will arrive at 6:00 A.M. for 

the one day classes and weekend classes.

5. Can I stay a few days after my class?

Unfortunately students are not permitted to stay at the 

campground that is reserved at the Camp Carruth. The facility has to 

be reserved in advance and Louisiana School of Bushcraft reserves it 

only for the necessary amount of time. The facility is used by many 

other organizations that also have to reserve in advance.

6. Where do I stay during my class?

All students stay in tents at the campgrounds where the class is 

being held. Please note that if you drive you may not have 

immediate access to your vehicle, so do not plan to keep gear or 

supplies in your car.

7. Do you provide tents?

A limited number of tents are available for rent on a first-come, 

first-served basis. All tents will accommodate at least two people 

and their gear. Tent rentals are $25.

8. What kind of meals do you provide? Do I need to 

bring my own food?

Louisiana School of Bushcraft does not provide meals. Students 

should come prepared for their own dietary needs.

9. Can I bring snacks?

Depending on which class you choose snacks are accepted, however 

some of scenario classes limit the student on what they bring so 

keep this in mind when you attend. Just remember that you will be 

keeping that food in your tent with you, so re-sealable containers 

are recommended to keep the critters away.

10. I’m not in the best physical condition — do I 

need to “shape-up” before taking a class with 

Louisiana School of Bushcraft?

Students of Louisiana School of Bushcraft come in all ages, shapes, 

sizes, and physical conditions. Our courses set in the classroom are 

geared towards teaching whoever wants to learn. We will do our 

best to accommodate every student that wants to take those 

courses. Some of our courses do require some physical durability and 

while we will not turn you away from participation, your ability to 

participate may be limited. If this is your case we cannot guarantee 

your satisfaction of our courses.

11. Can I bring my children?

Yes. However all children between 12 and 16 must be accompanied 

by parent or guardian and all children will be required to have a 

liability waiver signed by the parent or guardian.

12. Can I bring my pets?

Only pets used for the visually impaired may be allowed.

13. If I live nearby can I stay at my home during 

the class?

All students must stay at the campgrounds during classes that 

require camp-outs. If students will be attending one-day classes back 

to back, we recommend they stay at the camp with us. It is the 

students responsibility to be at the class on time.

14. If I have my own car can I come and go during 

class?

No. Except for emergency situations, students must remain in camp 

for the duration of the class. In some cases, cars are parked outside 

of the camp area. Once a student leaves the class they are not 

permitted to return that day.

15. I’m coming from overseas — can you arrange 

for accommodations for me between my classes?

We do not provide or arrange student accommodation before or 

after classes. Louisiana School of Bushcraft will not provide 

transportation. If you plan to stay in the area before, after, or 

between classes, there are several inexpensive options nearby.

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Cancellation/Transfer/Refund

1. What if I’ve registered for a class and I can’t 

make it?

Due to administrative and logistical issues and the registration 

deadline it may not be possible for Louisiana School of Bushcraft to 

make a refund of any monies paid for tuition. Please take the time to 

read and review our Cancellation / Registration Policy.

2. What is your Cancellation policy?

Please take this link to read and review our Cancellation / 

Registration Policy.

3. I can’t make the class I’ve registered for — can 

I transfer my registration to another class?

In the event you cannot attend your scheduled class it may be 

possible to transfer funds for credit. Please take the time to read 

and review our Cancellation / Registration Policy.

4. Can my partner/friend/family member use my 

credit?

Credits may be transferable from a child to the parent/ guardian who 

would have accompanied them. All other credits must be used by 

the student who registered the credits and are not transferable. 

Please take the time to read and review Cancellation / Registration 

Policy.

5. What is your Refund policy?

Please take this link to read and review our Cancellation / Registration 

Policy.

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Class Equipment

1. What kind of equipment should I bring?

We will email out a list of required and recommended equipment to 

each student as they register and then again at 1 week prior the 

class (if we do not have a registered email we will mail you the list 

to the address you provide that will arrive at approximately the same 

times).

2. What kind of weather should I expect?

Always expect Louisiana to be hot, humid, and raining. Current 

weather information, as well as month-by-month temperature and 

rainfall averages can be found at http://www.weather.com. Look up 

the weather for Baton 

Rouge, La.

3. What kind clothing should I bring?

Weather is rarely predictable, even in the middle of summer, so bring 

several changes of clothing and be prepared for all temperatures. 

Above all, be sure that you have appropriate rain gear for both you 

and your tent! For a complete list of what to bring to class see 

individual class page for details. Louisiana tends to be hot and humid 

and rain is always expected.

4. Can I bring a video camera?

No. Video recording is not permitted during any Louisiana School of 

Bushcraft class. If you would like to view videos of what was learned 

in a class please check out our page on youtube.com, you can 

subscribe to our channel or just do a search for “Louisiana School of 

Bushcraft”.

5. Can I bring an audio recorder?

No. Audio recording is not permitted during any Louisiana School of Bushcraft class.

6. Can I bring a camera?

Yes. We encourage students to take pictures of all class activities 

and displays. However, please keep in mind that video recording is 

NOT permitted during any Louisiana School of Bushcraft class, so if 

you have a digital camera that also shoots video, please restrict your 

usage to taking still photographs only.

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Contact Us

1. Louisiana School of Bushcraft Main Office

Hours: Monday - Friday, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM CDT 

Phone: (225) 315-9856

2. Mailing Address:

Louisiana School of Bushcraft L.L.C.

P.O. Box 3005

Hammond, La 70404


3. E-mail Us

Please take a look to see if your question is answered on the FAQ 

there before sending us an e-mail: 

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