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Primitive Technology: A Book of Earth Skills

By |2020-05-31T11:06:08+02:00May 22nd, 2020|

Primitive Technology: A Book of Earth Skills is a sharing of ideas--the philosophies, the history, and the personal stories by the authorities on primitive technology from teh pages of The Bulletin of Primitive Technology. Included are instructions for creating fire and tools of wood, stone, and bone, as well as fiber adhesives, projectiles, art, and music. Practicing these primitive methods will lead the seeker towards a tangible, raw connection with the ancient past, with nature's resources and, ultimately, with the creative forces that constructed the foundation of man's survival on the planet.

Het Prentenboek

By |2020-05-20T17:24:44+02:00May 18th, 2020|

Het Prentenboek is an extensive reference for adults on the footprints of mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles and invertebrates found in northwest Europe. In the 452-page book, the prints of more than 100 species are treated with more than 700 photographs and over 350 drawings. Het Prentenboek was created by René Nauta and Aaldrik Pot. They have been working on it for more than three years, but actually it has more than forty years of experience in the search for prints and traces.

Cedar

By |2020-05-30T23:43:07+02:00May 10th, 2020|

From the giant cedar of the rainforest came a wealth of raw materials vital to the way of life, art and culture of the early First Nations people of the Northwest Coast. All parts of the cedar tree had many uses. From the wood, skilled men made ocean-going canoes, massive post-and-beam houses, monumental carved poles that declared history, rights and lineage, and powerful dance masks. Women dextrously wove the inner bark into mats and baskets, plied it into cordage and netting or processed it into soft, warm, water-repellent clothing. They also made the strong withes into heavy-duty rope and wove the roots into watertight baskets. Hilary Stewart explains, through her vivid descriptions, 550 detailed drawings and 50 photographs, the tools and techniques used, as well as the superbly crafted objects and their uses - all in the context of daily and ceremonial life. Anecdotes, oral history and the accounts of early explorers, traders, missionaries and native elders highlight the text.

Books

By |2020-09-07T08:46:44+02:00May 9th, 2020|Categories: books, bushcraft, bushcraftnederland, bushcraftskills, bushman, forrest, ig_naturelovers, living, livingbynatureofficial, livinginthewoods, livingthelife, nature, NoTrace, Outdoor Living Skills, outdoorlivingskills, primitive, primitivelivingskills, primitiveskills, primitivetechnology, survival, survivalskills, thebushcraftjournalmagazine, woods|

Books, I love them! They can give so much depth to the skills you're trying to master. During or after each lesson or training at Living by Nature or Siegurd.nl, for example, I ask the instructor to be able to recommend books to me. Especially those who deal with the subject on which is taught. For me, books are never a substitute for a good lesson or the experimental learning [...]

Featherstick

By |2020-06-06T16:10:45+02:00April 20th, 2020|Categories: bushcraft, bushcraftnederland, bushcraftskills, bushman, forrest, ig_naturelovers, LBN Social Media, living, livingbynatureofficial, livinginthewoods, livingthelife, nature, outdoorlivingskills, primitive, primitivelivingskills, primitiveskills, primitivetechnology, survival, survivalskills, woods, yearcourse|

The word feather in featherstick is there for a reason. Very thin shavings of dry core wood can be the difference between comfort or suffering or maybe even death. If there is one thing that is worth more than the effort you put in learning to make them, besides the fire drill, it must be the art of making feather sticks. Done right they act like a tinder bundle ready [...]

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