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  • How to Make a Traditional Appalachian Berry Basket
    May 2, 2024

    How to Make a Traditional Appalachian Berry Basket

    How to Make a Traditional Appalachian Berry Basket Poplar berry baskets have a rich history rooted in indigenous and rural communities, where they have been crafted for centuries. Traditionally, these baskets were used for gathering berries, herbs, and other natural...

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  • How to Make and Use a Flip Flop Winch
    April 11, 2024

    How to Make and Use a Flip Flop Winch

    This week, we're bringing you a classic and interesting post from the archives of Todd Walker, aka Survival Sherpa. Todd has years of educational and survival experience under his belt, and his blog is a truly valuable online resource.  I...

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  • How to Make Natural Cordage
    February 2, 2024

    How to Make Natural Cordage

    While cordage is easy to carry, you might find yourself in a spot where you need it, and it isn't available. When that's the case, making cordage from natural materials is a great skill to have in your mental toolbox.
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  • How to Cook Bread-on-a-stick Over A Fire
    January 25, 2024

    How to Cook Bread-on-a-stick Over A Fire

    On a cool day in the backcountry, a warm meal goes a long way. While the options are nearly endless, the minimalistic bushcrafter might prefer a meal or a side dish that doesn't require a pot or pan.
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  • DIY Fixin' Wax
    January 18, 2024

    DIY Fixin' Wax

    Fixin' Wax should be in the proverbial tool belt of every bushcrafter, woods roamers, and backwoods homesteader.
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  • How to Choose the Best Knife Steel
    July 27, 2023

    How to Choose the Best Knife Steel

    When choosing the next bushcraft knife, the type of steel is a very important consideration. Most importantly, it will mean the difference between a pleasant experience using the knife or a struggle to accomplish the task. Struggling in the woods is no fun. The criteria on which we should rest this decision is ultimately on us. How well can you sharpen, and will you need to sharpen in the field?
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  • How to Bushcraft with a Swiss Army Knife
    January 26, 2023

    How to Bushcraft with a Swiss Army Knife

    Of the millions of the folding-knives ever made, the Swiss Army knife is arguably one of the most recognizable. The scales are usually red and bear some sort of cross emblem, and sandwiched between them; you'll find a multitude of combinations of tools. 
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  • How to Make a Survival Shelter
    January 12, 2023

    How to Make a Survival Shelter

    While most of us carry a tarp or tent, there could be a time when you don't have any overhead coverage available. This is when the ability to build a shelter from natural materials becomes very useful. In this article we'll discuss how to build a debris shelter that provides warmth and coverage. 
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  • How To: Sharpening Without a Sharpener
    January 6, 2023

    How To: Sharpening Without a Sharpener

    We've all done it; set up camp in a remote place only to realize that we forgot to sharpen our knife. DOH! It's frustrating spending all weekend doing camp activities with a knife-shaped bowling ball. What to do?
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