Making natural cordage is quick and easy. It's a great skill to have for fire starting and shelter building in a survival situation. But it's also a fun craft to try around a campfire. In this video, I show you how to quickly twine cordage from the inner bark of a cedar tree.
This is a great project that you can test out on your upcoming camp trip...making delicious Cedar Tea from fresh cedar leaves! It tastes spicy, refreshing, and a little bit like Christmas! I'll definitely be preparing it as my bedtime drink under the stars on upcoming camping trips.
Campfire bread is an awesome way to enjoy baking in the outdoors! In this DIY project, I build a bushcraft style stone oven and make a loaf of bread from scratch. If you follow the recipe below, you can make a loaf for yourself!
Make a homemade fire starter by following along with this DIY project! All you need are three simple ingredients that you'll find in your house and in the woods. When made with good quality ingredients these fire starters resist wind, light rain, and have over a 10-minute burn time!
Hunting and foraging for chanterelle mushrooms is pretty easy! You just need to keep your eyes open for bright orange mushrooms along the forest floor. The best part is that once you find a good place you can return there year after year for a mushroom harvest.