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Rebekah Leib is a medievalist & historical re-creationist specializing in the Norse & Viking-era as well as Bronze Age Scythian cultures. She has far too many sheep, goats & other livestock running amok on her homestead & is a spinner, weaver, dyer, feltmaker & obnoxiously enthusiastic textiles geek. In addition to teaching various textile-oriented and primitive skills in a historical setting, she has enough hobbies/passions for at least 8 people, has no limits when it comes to learning historical skills, and does not comprehend the meaning nor possibility of "boredom".
When not shoveling manure, fixing fences or shouting at escaped sheep, she also enjoys target and combat archery, arrow-making, sewing linen & wool garments, making glass beads with her lampworking torch, and spending quality time with her horses.
Scheduled Panels and Presentations:
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Fri 6:00 - 6:50 PM, Field Sanitation, Snares, and Survival, Thunderdome Left (Big Room Left)
Panelists: Clay Cooper (Ol Scratch), Rebekah Leib
Learn about field sanitation, snares, low-tech green energy options, and how to cook without a fire. Learn what equipment, skill sets, and supplies you need to survive in the Wasteland.
- Break Fri 6:50 - Sat 5:00
Sat 5:00 - 5:50 PM, Eating Independence, Upstairs Programming 1 (259)
Panelists: Hugh S. Gregory, Rebekah Leib
What do you do to quiet the rumbling stomach when there is no supermarket, no fast food? What is safe to eat and not safe? How do you preserve your summer crops so you do not starve over the coming winter?