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Discùssing all things related to Bushcraft, camping, survival, hunting, and more. Wilderness survival instructor, and Anishinaabe storyteller Caleb Musgrave and his guests will share open, and oftentimes candid experiences from the wilderness. From mountain lion encounters, to shenanigans in the woods. The Canadian Bushcraft Podcast is both informative, and entertaining.
 
Le podcast qui vous révèle les secrets de la nature. Se nourrir, s'orienter, allumer un feu, purifier de l'eau, toutes les connaissances nécessaires pour vos sorties en forêt. Alban Cambe est auteur passionné par la vie dans les bois. Il vous emmène à la découverte des ressources de notre environnement et de leurs usages. #nature #bushcraft #outdoor
 
A twice monthly Audio podcast episode on the subject of Bushcraft, Survival and EDC.covering the fundamental skills for effective living in the wilderness, Fire, Water, Shelter, Foraging and First Aid to mention but a few.Interviews with the people behind the world of woodcraft, the experts in their fields and the celebrities from film, television and Youtube.We ask questions about their journeys into Bushcraft, Survival, Wilderness, trekking and the great outdoors, their skills, tools and e ...
 
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End of the spring semester. Back from our final trip, the spring 2021 Wilderness Guide Training Semester is finished. In this episode of the podcast Christopher and I discuss two aspects of coaching people and how they differ. First is nurturing them to build their confidence, and second is focusing on accountability and what needs to get done. It …
 
The fourth and final installment in our multi-episode reading of On The Trail; Selected Canoe And Snowshoe Trip Journals. This time I read the journal of a 2001 trip on the wilderness waterway through Everglades National Park in Florida. You can download a free copy of On The Trail from the downloads section of BushcraftSchool.com. You can also pur…
 
“Fly fishing is beautifully regional.” – Paul Sveum Christoper and I welcomed our old friend and Registered Master Maine Guide Paul Sveum into the studio to discuss spring fly fishing in northern Maine. We discuss flies, fly fishing, temperatures that trout like, and a wide variety of other topics. Paul is teaching our Introduction To Fly Fishing c…
 
The third installment in our multi-episode reading of On The Trail; Selected Canoe And Snowshoe Trip Journals. This time I read the journals from a solo canoe trip on Allagash Lake, a canoe trip on the Big Black River, and a ten-day winter camping trip on the Quebec border with no sleeping bag. You can download a free copy of On The Trail from the …
 
The four main jobs of the Jack Mountain Bushcraft School semester instructor are teacher, guide, mentor and coach. Christopher and I discuss this, and how the relationship changes and grows during a long course, in this episode of the podcast. You’ll also hear about the new bird neighbors who have built their nest in a nearby white pine. I’ll be ba…
 
David Wescott is widely regarded as the elder statesman when it comes to knowledge and the art of practicing Ancestral or primitive skills within the bushcraft community although as he himself is quick to point out that the term bushcraft is a recent invention. There is not a lot written about himself online from the point of view of an official bi…
 
The second installment in our multi-episode reading of On The Trail; Selected Canoe And Snowshoe Trip Journals. This time I read the journals from a 1999 Allagash Wilderness Waterway canoe trip and a 2001 St. John River canoe trip, both in Maine. I’ve run a lot of trips on these rivers in the 20+ years since, but this Allagash trip stands out in my…
 
I’m trying something new – creating an audiobook. For episode 101 of the JMB Podcast I read a chapter from my book On The Trail. The chapter is a journal from a June, 2000 canoe trip on the Swan Lake Canoe Route on Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula. The plan is to work through the book so that it is available via audio format here on the podcast. Like it? H…
 
Recorded at the beginning of week 2 of the spring 2021 semester, we discuss the value of a tangible approach to education as contrasted with an abstract approach. Also we discuss a variety of current events and the genuine surprise felt at making it to 100 episodes. PHOTO: Building a hoop house shelter. Show Notes: JMB Podcast Episode 100 | Tangibl…
 
Welcome back to the JMB Podcast. After a winter break, we’re back at the field school and beginning the spring 2021 Wilderness Guide Training semester today. For episode 99, we discuss what we did over the winter, which includes catching Covid 19, working to get healthy, working with birds at a museum, and a few other things we discuss. It’s good t…
 
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