The difficulties in getting a glass of water When operating in winter conditions in the boreal forest our first consideration is often given to dealing with the extreme cold that we can encounter through lighting a fire or seeking shelter. This of course is accurate and an issue that must indeed be
Wild Food Diary: 1st January 2013 Happy New Year and welcome to the first entry in Woodland Ways Wild Food Diaries, over the course of the year we will be posting almost daily blogs to introduce you to the wealth of wild food to be found in our countryside. Over the coming months we will […]
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.
Last month’s plant, Sweet Woodruff, is known for its sweet smell. The same is true for this month’s plant, Meadowsweet Filipendula ulmaria
Last week Jason and Joanne travelled with Bushcraft & Survival Skills Magazine to Scotland where Jason was presenting on the main stage
This week see’s Jason and Martyn travel up to Scotland following an invite from a large estate with a view to operating courses on.
It is with huge pleasure that we can announce that the team at Woodland Ways has won a large number of awards in this years Best in Bushcraft Awards 2011
Following his return from the Desert and Switzerland
Keep following the guys as the progress deeper into the Sahara on the Desert Survival Training Course. This week they are
As an instructor I am offen asked during courses which woods are best burnt for what purposes. Here I aim to narrow down some of the detail for you to enable you to make an appropriate choice, but on the whole it is worth remembering that all wood will definately burn better when seasoned and sp