In this blog we are going to have a look at a little craft project to aid in the suspension of our cooking pot over a camp fire. The difference between this one though is that it will be designed to come apart and be stored nicely inside your own cooking pot. Take down pot […]
Woodland Ways is furthering its recruitment drive for Retail Assistants to help us with our brand new Shop in Bakewell.
A few weeks ago I had one of those rare long weekends with absolutely no jobs lined up and a free rein to do as pleased. As this is an unusual occurrence I decided to use the time to finish off a range of projects and primitive skills that I’d been working for some time. Throughout […]
Unless you are on private land with no public access or you are in a very remote part of the country you are likely to encounter dog walkers and hence dog tracks. As dog very tremendously in size so too do their tracks and therefore there is overlap with tracks of other canids, which at […]
26th-28th February Danny is out in the Belvoir Estate on the Bronze Membership Weekend. They will be looking at traps and snares and learning the practical skills of net making. Kev is in The World of Bushcraft centre to provide instruction on a back to back bespoke workshop. Jay sets off on Sunday
Here we are already half way into February and we have seen the winds picking up and temperatures dropping, but what have we been up to since our last update? Read on and find out……. 29th – 31st January Jason and Kev were still out in Kenya leading the group on the Maasai Warrior Exped
We are well into December and all but a few of the leaves have now fallen to reveal a wintry looking sky line, although it has been unseasonably mild for the time of year, so what have we been up to, in the woods & further afield, well let’s take a look. 27th-29th November Kev was […]
Following on from our last blog where Joe looked at processing greater reed mace for its year round carbohydrate content this week I intend to work through a simple process that leaves acorns in a tasty and nutritional state.
When we were out in Croatia earlier this year on our Wildlife Watching and Tracking course, Woodland Ways donated one of our Spy Point trail cams to the rangers in Risnjak National park to help them monitor and record the amazing wildlife that lives there.
Well after pretty much nonstop courses all through the year, course delivery eases up just a little for the team to get stuck into Marketing strategies, New overseas & UK course prospects, craft projects, Display preparation, blog scribing, material collection, Warehouse organizing, New product