Carley Schwoerer is a falconer and flintknapper based in east Washington mountains. She lives off-grid, devoting her time to organic farming, bushcrafting and honing naturalist skills. Carley graduated from Alderleaf Wilderness College in 2016 and has been teaching primitive living skills since. A founding member of the Regeneration Institute and Northern Wilderness Skills, Carley has developed a wilderness skills education and demonstration center and curriculum at her mountain homestead. She enjoys flintknapping, hide tanning and creating custom outdoor gear for her business Carley Rabbit https://www.carleyrabbit.com/studio
As a falconer, Carley volunteers on the rescue team at Kettle River Raptor Center, and works with her Red-tailed hawk, Kona.