I guess anyone who is into survival and bushcraft has seen similar ideas come by in books* or on social media. Therefore this little project is nothing new, but nonetheless a fun one to do yourself. With just a few simple tools you can fabricate… Continue Reading “Make your own low budget survival kit using empty shotshells”
Today is Sanne’s birthday, and what better way to celebrate this, than to share an amazing recipe with you that will be featured in the upcoming Natural Field Guide! This Outdoor Adventure Salve is perfect to keep your skin smooth and nourished when you… Continue Reading “Outdoor adventure salve Recipe”
In these uncertain times a lot of nature loving folks are stuck indoors. Although it is for the greater good, to flatten the curve and protect the elderly and vulnerable in our society, it can feel like a daunting task to stay at home.… Continue Reading “Printable Mini Field Guide”
As a way to give back to this amazing community, we want to share our 2020 outdoor inspired calendar.
In celebration of the upcoming launch of the new Field Guide (the Winter Camp edition), we are sharing with you one of the recipes that didn’t made the cut, but is too good not to share. The Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) is a evergreen… Continue Reading “Douglas Fir Syrup”
Dandelions (Taraxacum officinale) are well known among all. Children love to make wishes while blowing their seeds away, garden owner wish there would be no such thing as dandelions. On whatever end of the spectrum you might be, don’t overlook this stubborn weed!
The last couple of months we have been working on something for you, to bring along on your adventures. Something that fits inside your pocket or pack. Something that will allow you to enjoy the outdoors even more!
We are always checking out gear and don’t mind spending some money on quality materials for our outdoor activities. There are so many talented makers who are specialized in designing and fabricating of all sorts of quality products. Products that we are happy to… Continue Reading “DIY Hobostove”
As a bushcrafter you know how powerful mother nature is, but your probably also know how sharp your knife can be, and how hot the handle of your coffee pot can get above the fire. We have all been there, those nasty cuts and… Continue Reading “Make Your Own Burn and Wound Salve”
When spending time outdoors, having a saw around is incredibly useful for building shelters and cutting fire wood. A buck saw is a saw you can easily make with very little tools and materials. In this tutorial you will find step by step instructions to… Continue Reading “DIY Buck Saw with a Swiss Army Knife”