On the Woodland Ways Bushcraft Survival Courses we endeavour to go above and beyond the level of detail that you would normally get on a bushcraft weekend. We do not just show you how, we tell you why, we explain the history, we break down the finite detail, we inspire. We do this so that […]
This sauce goes really well with oily fish such as mackerel or trout, but is good with any seafood and also works well with egg or cheese dishes.
Our ancestors were exceptionally in tune with their environment, in order to interpret animal tracks and sign for food and danger. To the point where even fluctuations in temperature, air pressure etc would have registered an increase or decrease in activity.
Going on overseas expeditions may seem glamorous and exciting but it does have its downsides, one of which is encountering not so friendly wildlife.
Once again the woodland ways bushcraft courses hit the national press as our woodland ways weekend is reviewed by an intrepid reporter from the Daily Mail.
This week once again the woodland ways surival weekend appears in the press, this time in TNT magazine
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When it comes to the most important tool in bushcraft you want to get it right and choosing your own bushcraft knife is always a personal decision – The market today is saturated with bushcraft knives that claim to be the bush man’s best friend but many are ill suited to the specific demands of
This week sees our team out and about again. Kevan starts the week with our completely unique bushcraft club with a local school whilst Jason and Joanne are in the world of bushcraft centre
This week sees the woodland ways instructors spread out accross the country. Today (Monday 16th) see’s Kevan working over at the school again for there weekly bushcraft day, with Jason