Bud Wilson

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"Bud Wilson is a qualified Wilderness Guide. Bud completed a 49-day Awareness Intensive training with a 28-day solo in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of Colorado. Following this training, Bud completed a rigorous 108-day Awareness Training and pilgrimage, studying and meditating in Sacred Sites throughout Asia and Indonesia. This included a 40-day solo vision quest in the mountains of Arizona.

"He graduated from Harvard with an interdisciplinary degree in Social Relations. Bud pursued additional studies at the Graduate School of Education in innovative learning systems. He spent several years studying Ontological Design (the essence of being) with Dr. Fernando Flores combined with frequent participation in seminars at the Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies. He applied much of this experience as assistant to the Director of The Global Youth Summit in Rio de Janeiro during the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development.

"For more than a decade, Bud was director of conferences & National Sales Director for Snowmass Village, Colorado, he coordinated and led personal growth seminars, continuing education programs, and international conferences. From 1999 to 2001 Bud Wilson served as Founding Executive Director of Earth Walk, Nature Centered Life Learning. As Director of Marketing and Development and a member of the top management team for John Denver's Windstar Foundation, Bud co-designed "State of our Planet", a multi-media presentation based on the World Game concepts of R. Buckminster Fuller. Consistent with Bud's commitment to raise awareness, he developed an environmental education program (Eco Action) and managed a Federal Grant from the EPA for Rotary International's Preserve Planet Earth Campaign. He also provided professional services to Outward Bound's addiction recovery program. Bud is a listed member of the 2001 edition of the International Who's Who in Public Service & a Wilderness First Responder."[1]


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  1. sacredpassage Guides, organizational web page, accessed March 22, 2013.