Woodcraft: A Guide To Camping And Survival Fixed
The Survival Handbook: A Practical Guide to Woodcraft and Woodlore is a book written by author, television presenter and outdoorsman Ray Mears. It was first published on 1 March 1990 by The Oxford Illustrated Press and then re-printed by The Promotional Reprint Co Ltd in 1994. It is a guidebook to outdoor life, survival and camping. The difference between the two versions being that the colour photographs were printed on glossy paper in the First Edition. It contains sections on the basics of outdoor skill, making fire by friction, obtaining food, and working with stone, flint and bone as well as working animal hide.
Woodcraft: A Guide to Camping and Survival
Jeff Started working in the outdoor industry in 1993 and started his guiding career in 1998 as a hiking and biking guide in Alaska. In 1999, the path led him to the Boulder Outdoor Survival School (BOSS), one of the premier survival schools in the country. He studied the survival arts as a student and then progressed through the instructor ranks. He soon became the Field Director, which gave him responsibility for the operations of the school. Eventually, his path led him to the position of Program Director through which he created additional programs for staff development and course development. He never lost the passion for teaching and continued to develop lessons and curriculum as well as instruct in the field whenever possible.
At our Pine Brook campsite, Woodscraft campers learn the skills of the traditional Maine Guide, and modern backcountry travel and camping. Long summer days at Pine Brook are filled with personal and group challenges and skill-building in axemanship, backcountry cooking, canoe skills and safety, hiking and backpacking, map and compass, survival, tree and wildlife identification, fishing, and much more! The program is led by Registered Maine Guides and outdoor professionals who are dedicated to passing along the skills and wisdom of the Maine Woods to a new generation. It takes dedication and practice to become a Junior Maine Guide, the highest outdoor skills award available to a young person in Maine. Begin working toward this prestigious award this summer by enrolling in a Woodscraft Path program at your age level. 041b061a72