VIDEO: Flash flood washes away hiker in Hawaii

VIDEO: Flash flood washes away hiker in Hawaii

Flash flood washes away hikers We don’t normally share videos other than our own, but this one so perfectly captures the phenomenon of a rapidly rising river that it is really worth watching. Most people have a general sense that rivers in spate (i.e. flowing at faster

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Foraging for Wild Garlic

Foraging for Wild Garlic

Foraging for Wild Garlic/Ransoms Wild Garlic (Allium ursinum) is often located through the nose of the forager rather than the eye. The unmistakable smell permeates the air of the woodlands and riverbanks it populates. I confess to probably eating more of this wild plant than any other

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Foraging for Wood Sorrel

Foraging for Wood Sorrel

Foraging for Wood Sorrel Common Wood Sorrel (Oxalis acetosella) is one of those wild plants that draws people into the world of wild food. It might be something thrust under the nose by an enthusiastic friend or family member, urging the wary novice to try. The three

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Episode 6 – Climbing Mountains with Jason Rawles

Episode 6 – Climbing Mountains with Jason Rawles

Episode 6 A walk in the mountains of Snowdonia with Jason Rawles from JR Mountaineering For the sixth episode of the podcast we were joined by Jason Rawles, founder of JR Mountaineering for a winter walk and climb on Moel Siabod, one of the mountains of Snowdonia

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Friday Night Video – Bill Mason, Waterwalker

Friday Night Video – Bill Mason, Waterwalker

Friday Night Film No. 2 – Waterwalker Bill Mason is somebody that everybody who canoes, wants to canoe or who just loves wilderness waterway travel should know about. A Canadian filmmaker, artist and naturalist he is almost synonymous with the canoe in North America, and his films

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Episode 2 – Talking to the North Wales Bushcrafters

Episode 2 – Talking to the North Wales Bushcrafters

Episode 2 Speaking with North Wales Bushcrafter For our second podcast we went to see North Wales Bushcrafters – a group who get together to share and learn wilderness skills, and we continue our series on the Outdoor Library. In this episode… The main interview in this

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LJMU Foraging Field Trip October 2013

LJMU Foraging Field Trip October 2013

LJMU Foraging Field Trip On 10th October we were joined by students and lecturers from Liverpool John Moores University for a unique fieldtrip – looking at the complete field-to-fork process at Rhug Organic Estate alongside foraging and wild food lectures, demonstrations and tours. The day was packed

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