The work never stops so I make sure that I am prepared for anything.
Dumplings should be a staple in every Bushman’s dinner menu!
The MAX Multipurpose Tool is a unique 7 in 1 field tool built for individuals who need diversity!
Blazing a tree for navigation reference is an important concept every bushman should know.
The Appalachian Bushman School has a new classroom!
3 Simple Tools can create magnificent creations in a woodland setting. Make camp life more enjoyable and learn your craft.
A simple hygiene kit can be a very valuable asset to any outdoorman. Keeping clean prevents illness, infection, and is a huge morale boost.
Come Visit us at the Pennsylvania Trappers Convention!!!
The Jack Knife or folding knife can be one of the woodsmans most important tools. Iconic to american outdoorsman, this knife should be in everyones pocket!
This Trappers Axe is unlike any of the axes we are use to. Thick, solid, and made to work hard!
Don't waste your time wondering aimlessly through the woods. Have a plan and stick to it!
Oil is an important consideration when caring for our tools, but what oil should you use? Lets talk about it!
Do you know the proper angle to grind your axe? Do you know that without a proper angle you may not be getting maximum benefit from your tool?
June 10th and 11th, 2017
"Wowak teaches and inspires to learn what they truly love about nature"
The tinder bag has proven to be a valuable item in my woodsman's kit
It looks like 2017 will be a good year for outdoor adventurer and master bushman Dan Wowak, who recently completed 51 arduous days trying to survive in the rugged wilds of Argentine Patagonia.
Hot molten metal sparks...thats all we need!
What's the difference between bushcraft and survival? Many times these two words are used interchangably but probably shouldn't be.
The Haversack is one of the most versitle pieces of gear a woodsman can carry.
While living in the wilderness of Patagonia, Argentia I learned a great deal about long term wilderness living and how a body reacts to living that way.
A vintage WWI mess kit, the same kit mentioned by Horace Kephart, and a perfect piece of gear for your classic camping gear.
Should you be carving feather sticks or making shavings to help create a fire from the landscape?
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