May 2011 Blog Posts (4)

Wild foods and resources maps - Auckland and Christchurch

This topic is borderline bushcraft, probably more in the environmentalist/far left domain of "urban foraging". I just think its a great concept and if nothing else a remarkable feat of collaboration. (Thanks to Nadia for telling me about it)

Both the…


Added by Ryan Johnson-Hunt on May 31, 2011 at 8:30 — No Comments

A few favorite quotes

I think I could turn n live with animals

They are so placid n self contained

They do not lie in the dark n weep for their sins

They do not make me sick discussing their duties to a god

Not one kneels to another or to his/her own kind

that lived thousands of years ago

Not one of them is respectable or unhappy

all over the earth!~




Added by Ij on May 13, 2011 at 2:05 — No Comments

Constructing a Fire Piston



Creating fire by different techniques is fundemental to bushcraft. For years I have been intrigued by the fire piston, but considered the skill to make one was beyond me.


I then watched the video on this bushcraft site of a piston being carved out of wood with a…


Added by barnsey on May 12, 2011 at 23:24 — 4 Comments

Intro in the key of A sharp



Ive been actively involved in learning bush craft since I was a young kid, knee high to a grass hooper.

Ive been teaching since I was 15 ehthusiastically turning friends n kindred strangers onto aspects of bushcraft

then some time later in 94 I started to teach professionally at schools…


Added by Ij on May 12, 2011 at 21:30 — No Comments

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