bushcraft


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bushcraft

(ˈbʊʃˌkrɑːft)
n
Austral and NZ ability and experience in matters concerned with living in the bush
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Jamie also runs the Wild Bushcraft Company which provides guests with the chance to try their hand at a range of activities including wild food foraging.
The UK troops will train park rangers in tracking, infantry and bushcraft.
The British troops will train park rangers in tracking, infantry skills and bushcraft.
Steve Mitchell, change of use of land for bushcraft activities, land adjacent Lock 38, off Marsden Lane, Marsden.
The Bushcraft expert is about to embark on a UK tour with his Born To Go Wild show and he will be making fire and talking about it and the essential role it plays in our survival.
It funds nature clubs in schools, tots sessions at Tile Hill and Brandon Marsh Nature Reserve, and a two-week summer bushcraft programme for teenagers.
But with half a million trees in the wood, it's easy to get away from it all and setting up camp will be intrepid Aussie bushcraft expert Sandra Jacob.
The Bushcraft movement, much of which centers around the use of a knife, started gaining a toehold in the US around 2006.
CALL it divine intervention but I'm sure Saint Herbert is watching over me as I pass my first bushcraft test at one of Britain's most heavenly destinations.
CALL it divine intervention but I'm sure Saint Herbert watching over me as I pass my first bushcraft test at one of Britain's most heavenly destinations.