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10 bushcraft books you should read (that aren’t by Ray Mears)

10 bushcraft books you should read (that aren’t by Ray Mears)

Ten bushcraft books that you should read (that aren’t by Ray Mears) The various UK bushcraft forums are becoming populated with threads about the new Ray Mears autobiography, and particularly references to his involvement with the Raoul Moat manhunt. I have no doubt it will be a

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The great First Aid Kit debate…..

The great First Aid Kit debate…..

“Whats in your first aid kit?” ….This is a question likely to almost cause mass hysteria on some internet fora, bringing with it quotes about the Health and Safety at Work Act, Misuse of Drugs, Competencies, Approved Codes of Practice… I originally posted this article on another

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Torniquet use and Haemostasis in Wilderness & Outdoor First Aid

Torniquet use and Haemostasis in Wilderness & Outdoor First Aid

Unless you live in a cave it cannot have escaped you that for most of the new century we have been in armed conflict with someone, somewhere in the world – the one that always hits the headlines is Operation Herrick – The war in Afghanistan. Whilst

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A rather unique two-day bushcraft course…

A rather unique two-day bushcraft course…

This weekend we were joined at our bushcraft school site near Ruthin for a two-day bushcraft skills course – we call it The Woodlander. In previous years these courses have always been fully booked, or nearly so. We often receive bookings from groups who wish to attend a

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First aid for the outdoors…

First aid for the outdoors…

First aid for the outdoors… Obviously, you won’t know this from reading it but I’m typing with one-and-a-half-hands. This is following a slightly unfortunate incident this afternoon whilst out foraging for seaweed as part of our commercial wild food project with Rhug Estate. To ensure we only

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Foraging Courses – Trailer

Foraging Courses – Trailer

Foraging Courses – a trailer We’ve put together a few photos from our foraging courses into a video:

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A fire, a tripod and a brew…

A fire, a tripod and a brew…

A video taken during the final assessment from one of our one-day bushcraft courses in North Wales. Music remains the property of Spiers and Boden/Navigator Records “Oswestry Wake/Morgan Rattler”

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How to light a fire (Bushcraft Course)

How to light a fire (Bushcraft Course)

How to light a fire… We always start our bushcraft courses with possibily the most important wilderness skill – how to light a fire first time, every time. During one of our one-day bushcraft courses last year we caught one of the firelighting demos on camera: If

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Kelloggs Bushcraft Day

Kelloggs Bushcraft Day

Kelloggs One-Day Bushcraft Course A few members of staff from the Kelloggs factory in Wrexham joined us for a one-day bushcraft course earlier this week. We covered the basics of bushcraft skills such as firelighting, finding safe drinking water, building shelters and a few other essential skills

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Foraging Guide Books (a guide…)

Foraging Guide Books (a guide…)

An important part of our foraging courses is choosing the best foraging guide book. Which is difficult, as just using one guide book normally leads to uncertainty and even accidental poisoning… I have been intending to put this section online for a little while now, so here

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