The largest and most unique event of it's kind is entering its 5th year and we're honored to have Canada's best preppers, survivalists and bushcraft experts for one amazing, jam-packed weekend of free events. We'll be teaching you a wide-variety of practical skills - everything from wild edibles to homemade power generation. From ex-military to teachers that are masters in their field - our event presentation list include the who's who of the prepping, survivalist and bushcraft community and we're grateful to have them.
Below are the confirmed guest speakers and presenters for the 2017 Annual Preppers Meet. Please click on their profile for more information or look at the event schedule to see all the events being presented.
Event presenters at the Annual Preppers Meet come out and invest their own time to present. They are what makes the annual preppers event possible. They’re experts in their field, the best in Ontario – if not Canada. The organizers of the annual preppers meet highly recommend that anyone who wishes to continue their training, learning and education to visit their websites and contact them directly.
Confirmed Che is the organizer for the Ontario Prepper Survival Network and one of the key organizers for the Annual Preppers Meet. His motives for the OPSN are derived from networking with like-minded people...
Eric Pinkerton is the owner of Rapid Survival Inc based in Orillia Ontario. Eric has worked in the emergency services field for 10 years as a Police Officer and for the last 4 years as a Detective in the Computer Forensics field...
Aleks Rakocevic has been in the Prepper community since 2003. A classically trained french chef he's been teaching gourmet campfire cooking for over a decade, and and specializes in food preservation, fresh local ingredients and gardening.
Doug's knowledge, skills and experience are "as good as it gets". Doug goes above and beyond traditional skill teachings often modifying them from a practical perspective based on his personal insights and experiences.
Tell Stacheruk is the operator of Oshawa Bushcraft, a veteran of the Canadian Armed Forces, a woodsman, hunter and licensed trapper. As an avid outdoorsman he practices bushcraft, primitive skills and survival.
Phil is all-round great guy. Having worked side by side teaching bushcraft and primitive skills with the likes of Doug Getgood and Mors Kochanski he brings a wealth of knowledge and integrity to the industry.
I have always had a love of herbs, healing and wild-crafting; I spent my childhood summers living in a remote lake-side cabin ~ and continue to spend my adult summers there ~ without electricity, road access, or plumbing.