Post image for Coronavirus – Postponment Of Forthcoming Courses And Trips – 21st March 2020

As of 21st March 2020 we are immediately ceasing all field teaching and, as a result, we are postponing courses and trips scheduled for April, May and June 2020, for reasons of Force Majeure under our Terms and Conditions of Booking. Please read the entire update for full details… Read more...

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Post image for Coronavirus – Our Current Position – 17th March 2020

This is Frontier Bushcraft’s position on running our bushcraft courses and trips in 2020 under the current situation with respect to coronavirus… Read more...

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Post image for Mike From TA Outdoors Joins For Expedition Canoe Training

Mike Pullen from TA Outdoors and I have made a number of video collaborations. In our various conversations around the campfire while filming these videos, Mike had stated to me his desire to add the skills to expedition by canoe to his outdoor repertoire. It made sense to me. Mike loves the woods. He’s a fisherman. He likes to travel. So the Expedition Canoeing Skills Course with Ray Goodwin and me seemed perfectly suited to what Mike wanted to get under his belt. Mike has made a video blog of his experiences on the course and gives some indication of what he aims to use these skills for… Find out more here on the Frontier Bushcraft blog… Read more...

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Post image for Martin’s Hare Curry Over The Campfire

Martin Tomlinson makes good use of a hare gifted to him by a local gamekeeper by producing a delicious campfire curry in beautiful natural surroundings. There’s some good campcraft and fire management along the way too… Read more...

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Post image for Beech Leaf Noyau – A Delectable Botanical Infusion

Alison Delaney explains how she makes one of her favourite uses of seasonal resources – beech leaf noyau – a liqueur infused with fresh, green beech leaves. Alison also describes an even easier variation on this theme too… Read more...

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Post image for Roast Guinea Fowl With Cabbage: A Dutch Oven Delight

Frontier Bushcraft team member Iain Gair first introduced this recipe to other members of the team as a campfire cookery treat. It has since become a firm favourite in the Frontier camp… Read more...

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Post image for Campfire Cookery Surprise and Delight – From Casseroles To Cakes

Good campfire cookery is important – for basic nutrition and energy, of course. But food can be much more than this. Ultimately, it’s an opportunity to surprise and delight. We asked some of the Frontier Bushcraft team which of their campfire cooking repertoire surprises others… Read more...

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Post image for Ray Goodwin’s 2017 Bushcraft Show Presentation

Ray Goodwin brings together his many strands of experience of introducing people – young and old – to canoeing to share some tips and insights on the dangers facing inexperienced paddlers as well as the joy and fun of it all…. Read more...

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Post image for Deliberate Practice At The Mill: The Value Of Intent

Paul Kirtley argues deliberate practice is important to achieve higher levels of proficiency in outdoor skills such as canoeing but also within bushcraft. It’s not the hours that you put in but what you put into the hours… Read more...

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Post image for It’s Just A Knife: Use It

Knives are tools to be used and utility is their main value argues Iain Gair in an opinion piece as pared down as his first Mora knife, which now resembles a stiletto more than a bushcraft blade. Verging on a rant, Iain argues against preciousness in knife buying and use. Your knife is your life, is the accepted wisdom. But Iain throws a question or two at this too… Read more...

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