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  • n. The skills needed to survive in the bush, and by extension in any natural environment.


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  • The transition from "bushcraft" to statecraft requires tectonic transformations.

    The Full Feed from

  • But they have not been able to transform "bushcraft" into statecraft as recent scholarship by one of the original founders of the party-in-dictatorship today has shown.

    The Full Feed from

  • Under the title Write to Freedom, we have mentored these young men in the basic survival skills of writing, wilderness awareness and bushcraft.

    Wilderness weekends for the lifers – within the prison walls

  • The weekends involve writing journals, group work, outdoor activities, orientation, bushcraft and identifying key skills that they will need to survive in the world, free from crime.

    Wilderness weekends for the lifers – within the prison walls

  • Canoeing down the serene river Teifi, horseriding, whitewater rafting, cycling, bushcraft courses, and wildlife-spotting off Cardigan Island are just some of Fforest's surefire ways to free minds of clutter and reacquaint cheeks with fresh air.

    The 10 best active campsites

  • Kok, seasoned in bushcraft and tracking, located the buffalo Thursday and it evidently charged him before he could call for help.

    Steve Kok, Zimbabwean Conservationist, Killed By Wounded Buffalo

  • Anyway, I know you like your F1 as a bushcraft knife, but what do you think of it as a do-all general-purpose hunting knife?

    A Strange, Sad Baboon Story

  • As Empire describes it, “what follows is a cat and mouse pursuit through the varied landscape of NZ with both hunter and huntee testing their bushcraft and wits against that of the other.”

    First Look: Ray Winstone and Temuera Morrison in Tracker | /Film

  • Interest in ancient woodland crafts and bushcraft skills, inspired by programmes with survival experts such as Ray Mears, is rapidly growing throughout the country.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • These teach visitors not only the fundamental principles of survival and wilderness bushcraft, but also how to identify and cook edible plants, recognise specific trees and discover uses for different plants and trees - helping visitors get to grips with the differences and similarities between harmless edible species found in the Forest and their poisonous cousins!

    Archive 2008-08-01


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