Bushcraft & Wild Food Foraging
Bushcraft & Outdoors Skills
Bushcraft is a term used to describe living at one with nature, and the skills and knowledge required to do so.
Bushcraft skills include; fire making, tracking, hunting, shelter building, using tools such as knives and axes, foraging, carving wood, making containers from natural materials, twine-making, and many other things. Pure bushcraft uses only the natural things around us, modern bushcraft utilises the minimum of modern equipment.
These outdoors skills would all have been a part of daily life for our ancestors, and are still practised by many tribes and remote people throughout the world.
Bushcraft helps us to rediscover our roots, live responsibly and sustainably, to find and enjoy our part in the natural world.
Wild Food & Foraging
Are you bored of the same bland processed food that’s been sweating it’s way to the supermarket on a lorry?
Why not pick what nature provides for us yourself? Food in its natural state as it was intended.
Liven up your walk and discover the foods all around you that Britons have been fuelling themselves with for centuries. Many of those plants you pass every time you go for a walk can form part of a tasty and nutritious meal or snack.
Bushcraft & Foraging Articles
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