Learn Bushcraft Skills

Posted on Tuesday, March 3rd, 2015

Bushcraft.pngWould you like to learn Bushcraft Skills for yourself of the benefit of your scouting section?

Bushcraft refers to the range of outdoor living skills, from tools and woodcraft to fire and shelter to foraging and nature. These skills can be adapted according to the weather, season or the environment that you are in and will help you to tune into, work with and respect the natural world, leaving minimal evidence of the time you have spent in the places you are visiting or passing through

The HEAT Bushcraft & Survival Scouting Active Support Unit are an experienced, qualified team of Scouts and are offering 7 units which can be undertaken, including:

  • Bushcraft Tools and Woodcraft
  • Fire
  • Shelter
  • Wild Forage
  • Campfire Cooking
  • Nature Awareness
  • Camp Tools and Intermediate Woodcraft

You can attend as few or as many units as you wish. The individual units run every other Monday from 7pm to 9:30pm during term time, in Hambledon in Hampshire, for a donation of £5 per person per unit. There is also a self-catered weekend option for £35 which covers all the units.

If you are interested, just contact jay@birchbark.co.uk