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The World's longest running independent producer of broadcast quality podcasts for the adventurer, the long distance hiker, the backpacker, the camper, in fact anyone seeking an independent life in the outdoors as a self powered traveler. Since 2005 we've produced audio and video podcasts for the self powered outdoor enthusiast in the UK and World-Wide. For people who wants to find out more about getting into the outdoors lifestyle and enjoying the simple pleasures in life. Our range of mate ...
 
Join me as we get our hands dirty. Whether it's farm and garden work, construction and carpentry, cooking and food preservation, or bushcraft and survival skills, you will find something that inspires your creativity. We learn from some true masters of their crafts. Other times we jump head-first into a project, figuring it out as we go. We explore an endless variety of skills, trades, and crafts using both traditional and modern tools and methods.
 
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.
 
Connection Matters Podcast brings together heart centred, nature-connected, curious people who share the enquiry; how can we create a connected and meaningful way of living that brings more health, happiness and growth to our world? Hosted by Leona Johnson and born out of her inspired journey into Eco-psychology and Nature Mentoring as well as running the Social Enterprise Live Wild CIC this podcast aims to capture some of the stories, wisdom and magic of the inspirational friends, teachers ...
 
These podcasts are designed to help you survive, thrive, learn about the world, Military info, Prepping, Bushcraft, Survival techniques, Homesteading, Water Purification, Fire starting, and just about anything that you should or would need to know in a shit hits the fan situation. I am a former US Marine who just wants to help others along their path to becoming a prepper or survivalist.
 
The Canadian Outdoor Survival Podcast is a Monthly Podcast created to help explain Outdoor Survival, as well as highlighting some of the real challenges we face learning, practicing, and teaching in the Canadian Wilderness. Each seasons will be a mixture of overview episodes, specific skill based podcasts, and interviews with Survival Instructors and experts in various aspects of Outdoor Survival & Outdoor Education in Canada.
 
The Practical Prepper provides interviews with some of the most practiced minds around the topics of preparedness, survival, and self-reliance. Your show host, Joe Borowski, will guide the conversation and take complex topics and help to break them down in a way that is consumable and entertaining.
 
Hey man! Welcome to my podcast. Thanks for checking me out. I am a beginning #taoist trying to find a balance between my spiritual practice, #nature, and a #prepper / #survivalist mindset Like follow and subscribe to keep up with what is going on. Later man! #minimalism #minimalist #naturelover #treehugger #naturalliving #selfimprovement #bushcraft #dirttime #conservation #camping #permaculture #hiking #heyman
 
This is for you if you GET the outdoors, feel alive when you are in it and know that it makes you a better person. Those among us know that to spend more time outdoors makes us a better parent, partner, boss and even lover. Some amongst us have learnt the secrets of how to get more time in the outdoors than society says is possible… they know these secrets, action them and have broken free from usual shackles without risking their wealth and relationships to do so. While some of you may turn ...
 
Welcome to to The Hardest Kit on the Planet Podcast, brought to you by Heinnie Haynes! In this podcast we interview some of the hardest people and companies from around the planet. We aim to extract loads of helpful tips and tricks to help your outdoor experiences that much better. In this podcast we be interviewing adventurers, explorers, knife makers, peppers, bushcrafters, and people who work for some of the biggest outdoor companies in the world!
 
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Giving gifts can be hard for some people. It is even harder to be creative if you are doing gifts on a budget or trying to DIY it. This episode dives into some possibilities for all types of DIY prepper gifts for the prepper or even the non-prepper in your life. Ep. Link – Episode 669 Mentioned in this Episode: Join The 5 Day Build Your Own Prepper…
 
The wait is over! We're finally growing plants in the aquaponics system. In this episode, we do a quick overview of what aquaponics is, how to design a system, building the system, and how it works chemically and biologically. In this first part of a 2-part discussion, we focus more on the plants. In the second part, we'll go in-depth on the fishy …
 
This is a part one of a two part interview with the author of Grandma Gatewood’s Walk. The book is a New York Times best seller and writer Ben Montgomery was a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 2010. We all know the basic story, that in 1955 67 year old Grandma Gatewood set off on a remarkable journey, to accidentally become the first woman to walk the en…
 
In this fifth episode of my tracking series I had the privilege of discussing the topic of mantracking and its applications with European mantracking instructor Kyt Lyn Walken. Kyt and I delve into the many ways that mantracking can be utilized, from survival scenarios to anti-poaching operations and so much more. We talk about the differences and …
 
John Haller – Bible Prophecy Teacher, spent a good while with me talking about Bible Prophecy, Current Events and More. John shares his knowledge of Bible Prophecy with his church, Fellowship Bible Chapel every Sunday and streams the update LIVE for others to benefit from. Check out this laid back interview and get to know John Haller and his ideas…
 
In this episode of The Canadian Bushcraft Podcast, Caleb discusses the challenges and solutions surround the esoteric craft of cutting firewood. From understanding heat values, and what exactly a cord of wood is, to how we go about getting the best firewood we can. Whether for a homestead, or a winter camping trip, to your lunchtime cookfire, this …
 
You will most likely experience at least one or two house fires in the course of your life. Preparing for this emergency can literally mean the difference between life and death. Furthermore, some very basic measures that you take now may end up saving your home. In this 2-part series, we cover how to prevent fires in the first place, how to set up…
 
Join us as we welcome back forager Lisa Cutcliffe from Edulis Wild Food to delve into all things autumn, discussing edible delights from gluts of berries in the hedgerows to fantastic fungi on the forest floor, as well as touching on how getting outdoors can positively affect our mental health & that having meditative activities such as foraging to…
 
Join Craig as he shares some crazy stories of his experiences with bobcats and a bunch of interesting bobcat facts. ===== Support: Shop our affiliation companies by obtaining discount codes here Join Our Newsletter Check Out Our Gear For Sale ===== Nature Reliance School Online Learning Courses NRS Courses · Foraging For Fun, Eating Weeds · Mindset…
 
In this episode of THE BUNKER, I talk about the United States election and things are looking good for America and president Trump. The radical left will stop at nothing, but with God, the truth and freedom loving Patriots everywhere. We believe president Trump will win and have 4 more years in the White House. Thank you for listening to THE BUNKER…
 
Things we talk about in this episode Importance of politics in the whole of the idea of nature connection The journey from the indoors to the outdoors Last child in the woods The Collaboration of Outdoor Play Therapists conference Animal assisted therapy Children who show us the way.risk-averse Lessons from nature Ways to understand transitions and…
 
In this episode of THE BUNKER, I talk about the United States Elections and how silicon valley devised illegal software to tamper with and fraudulently turn Donald Trump ballots into votes for Joe Biden! A low tech and effective way to purify waterr in a bug out situation and in our next installment of THE BUNKER, we talk weapons. Primitive and mod…
 
What do you do if your neighbors are big problems and you realize you don’t want to go through an emergency situation with them, much less form a prepper group where you could help each other out? Ep. Link – Episode 667 Mentioned in this Episode: Join The 5 Day Build Your Own Prepper Group Challenge Ep 559 with James Walton Join the Exclusive Prepp…
 
In this podcast I talk about communication in a grid-down Mad Max 2021 society, here in the United States. I believe that low-tech is the fail safe way to go. It may be considered primitive in This day and age but it's tried and true. Ham radio and CB radio. Thanks for listening to the podcast. Please share. THE BUNKER PODCAST. What are you doing t…
 
Master Tracker Chris Gilmour from Chris Outdoors discusses the art and ways of tracking. How to learn it, what we can learn from it, and how we can apply it into our day to day lives. He also discusses his online tracking and awareness course, called Nature's Forgotten Language. If you attend the course at https://www.changingworldproject.com/natur…
 
All survival schools and instructor say it is important, why does no one teach how to do it. In this podcast noted author and professional survival instructor Craig Caudill from Nature Reliance School shares his introductory methods to start bulletproofing your mind for survival and disaster readiness. Nature Reliance School ===== Support: Shop our…
 
Even in an SHTF situation, mothers will be birthing babies. We are so far removed from the time when mothers would give birth in their homes and women had a general knowledge of helping during birth. Understanding what needs to be done and what supplies are needed for birthing should be something every prepper should know. Join Dr. Joe and Nurse Am…
 
In this episode we get to meet the founders of Vagabond Kayaks, Celliers Kruger and Lisa De Speville. While Vagabond Kayaks is a relatively new manufacturer, this is not Celliers’s first rodeo! He is best known for being the original brain behind the internationally acclaimed brand Fluid Kayaks. Lisa De Speville is originally from the world of Adve…
 
Things we talk about in this episode Connection to our lineage and ancestors How to live a more intentional life Choosing how we want to feel and that energy we want to create rather than being fixed on specific ideas The importance of being able to notice and name your needs and longings How we can evolve from the paradigm of right and wrong into …
 
In this podcast, author and professional survival instructor Craig Caudill discusses 7 things that most people miss when training in survival methods. He breaks it down in only the way Craig can in simple, yet insightful understandings and gives you ways YOU can start increasing your skills immediately. Quick TIp - What is your secret to keeping yo…
 
Have you ever wanted to tell your loved ones or friends about getting prepared? What about now? With the current craziness in the world, the desire to see them prepared might be even greater. What would you say? How would you approach it? You might not have to if you share this episode with them. Here’s What I’m Telling Loved Ones About What to Exp…
 
I love power tools, but there's one that I've never used... the sewing machine. In this week's episode, we take a look at both an antique sewing machine and a modern sewing machine and learn how to use the modern machine. Compared to stitching by hand, this tool is really an incredible time-saver.By Isaac Gordon
 
Answers to questions about the effects of Covid/lockdowns on the bushcraft industry, office to outdoor career transitions, how to remember bushcraft and survival uses of plants, and how to promote good outdoor ethics, including leave-no-trace, to people outside of the usual outdoor community.By Paul Kirtley: Professional Outdoorsman
 
For episode 98 of the JMB podcast, we discuss the process of developing wilderness instructors and guides. We outline the following steps to the process: Take a course and get the Journeyman certification Take a medical class, first aid or wilderness first responder Take and pass the test to become a Registered Maine Guide Go on a bunch of trips to…
 
What happens when your stockpile of meds runs out and you can’t get more? Or, what if you want some help with health issues, but you don’t want to become reliant on pharmaceuticals? Natural herbs have been around for thousands of years. And although some people react differently to natural herbs, most are relatively safe. One herb or plant that eve…
 
What should you do when you find yourself naked, afraid, and running from God? Fig Leaves? Weak! Use animal skins! Tanning animal hides for clothing is one of the most ancient of human technologies. Nearly every people group, on every continent, for thousands of years, has been tanning hides and furs using remarkably similar methods. In this episod…
 
Hunting provides opportunities like nothing else. Great time afield gathering a 100% organic food source is one of many fantastic benefits. This podcast introduces ethics, how-to, moon phases, gear, and so...much....more. ===== Support: Shop our affiliation companies by obtaining discount codes here Join Our Newsletter Check Out Our Gear For Sale E…
 
It’s near the end of the fall semester, so we invited some of the current Wilderness Bushcraft Semester students into the Guide Shack so you could hear directly from them about their thoughts about the course. Listen in as they describe their experience and answer a few questions about it. PHOTO: Spring semester students at sunset on the Allagash. …
 
Kevin Augello is a documentary film maker who in October 2020 has just set off with a group of relative strangers to make a film of the Cape Wrath Trail. He has made films for BBC, National Geographic and the Discovery Channel to name but a few and this project, which was supposed to start in March 2020, has been delayed and now possibly enhanced b…
 
It’s really easy to get numb to all the negative news and articles most preppers read and listen to. This gets taken to another level when we hear about “the end” so many times and then nothing ever happens. Could it be that we are in a slow spiral and all the negative news of 2020 has just made us accustomed to living in this “new normal” of waiti…
 
We offer several different types of programs, and in this episode of the podcast we describe and define what they are and who they’re for. Two weeks to go in the fall, 2020 Wilderness Bushcraft Semester. PHOTO: Big breakfast in camp. Show Notes: JMB Podcast Episode 96 | Differentiating Professional Training Programs Kid-Friendly? Kid friendly, no p…
 
Things we talk about in this episode How do we create a nature connected culture Way of nature UK Free to learn- Peter grey The Visionaries- an organisation that creates nurturing school communities that support young people into healthy adulthood The way of council Adrian's old life living in London working towards having a porsh Engineering a vil…
 
At just 25yrs old Melissa Miller made the brave decision to press pause on her career as an Occupational Therapist and focus on becoming an Outdoor Traveller, Photographer and Blogger. With a massive love of travelling and a recent focus on the Pacific North West of the USA, Melissa offers people a refreshing up beat view on amazing places to go, t…
 
In this episode, we chat with Nina Jensen. Nina is a Mum, ocean lover, Marine Biologist, ex CEO of WWF Norway and current CEO of REV Ocean. Nina and REV Oceans mission is saving oceans. In doing so they are building what is going to be the worlds largest super-yacht. When completed it will be the world's largest research and expedition vessel!…
 
Minimalism in the wild. In episode 95 of the JMB Podcast Christopher and I discuss the idea of minimalism as compared and contrasted with ultralight in the backcountry. We often discuss our traditional approach to camping, characterized by heavy gear and lots of it. But we also enjoy going light with improvised gear. Going light with homemade gear …
 
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