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Bushcraft uses for ground ivy

Continuing with a look at some common spring time plants and their uses to us in bushcraft, here’s a video in which I talk about some of the many uses for ground ivy (Glechoma hederacea). We often talk about bushcraft uses for ground ivy on our1 Day Foraging course and our Herbal Remedies courses. You can see […]

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Forked sticks for debris shelters The finished debris shelter

Forked sticks for debris shelters

I was talking about using forked sticks for debris shelters at the weekend on our IOL Bushcraft Competency Certificate training course and thought that I’d do a video expalining the difference between a forked stick and a ‘Y’shaped stick.  Intrigued?  Take a look. We teach about using ‘Y’ shaped and forked sticks for debris shelters […]


The layering system for bushcraft

The weather has suddenly become much more wintery with some fairly heavy snow falls.  And with it we’ve seen a considerable temperature drop.  So I thought I’d take the opportunity to talk about the layering system for bushcraft.  It’s a simple concept and one that we do without thinking about, but sometimes a little reminder […]

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