Badger Bushcraft - An Foraging and Wildfoods Day - A one day course safely introducing foraging and preparation of wild food.
Join us at our amazing private broadleaf woodland in the heart of the Kent countryside for a journey to unearth the delights of Mother Nature’s larder and store cupboard as we unveil the realms and delights of wildfood, foraging and backwoods cooking skills.
Back in March 2010 I bought a pair of Salomon XA PRO 3D GTX trail running shoes for work and over the last 28 months they have served me well in the woods, across the fields, on the hill, driving and general mooching around.
We needed to replace some of our existing spoon carving and craft item tools and we wanted the best for our clients – so we went to see Ben Orford at his stand at the Wilderness Gathering a few weeks ago.
I was a little dismayed and to be totally honest upset to discover that my well used favourite tarp had several small holes in it, my Tatonka 2TC has certainly served me well and I estimate that I have slept under this particular tarp some 600...
Making treen or treenware (wooden implements traditionally associated with the kitchen, eating, food preparation and cooking) whilst out in the woods is always a pleasure and an exceptionally cathartic and relaxing process.
It always amuses me that whenever we do get some downtime we return to our place of work for some rest and relaxation, I suspect there are not too many folk that are so eager to get back to the “office” as we are.
Today Inca and I set off in the Land Rover to our beautiful and secluded Kent woodland site to define some of the rides, deliver some more of the materials for the new benches we have planned, rig the parachute in a new position and to enjoy the...
A large male stoat (Mustela erminea) filmed on a trail camera in a rural Kent garden at the start of spring 2012. Trail cameras often reveal the secretive and often hidden happenings of our wild animals in our own back yards.
One of the highlights of the bushcraft calendar is the Mayday Meet organized by our friends at The Bushcraft Magazine who’s strap line “reconnecting to the landscape” closely follows the ethos of our own work here at Badger Bushcraft.
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