Bushcraft, Nature & Adventure Websites
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BUSHCRAFT & SURVIVAL
  • Cody Lundin (make sure to also check out Cody’s exceptional survival books)

  • Survival Sherpa (Bushcraft, self-sufficiency & primitive skills

  • Jon Ridgeon (Jon is a great craftsman & artist – I highly recommend his bushcraft e-books & books)

  • Torjus Gaaren (A true & great bushcrafter of the Northern woods)

  • Willow Haven Outdoors  (Steward Creek’s website is brimming with high quality, original, outdoor information)

  • The Woods Roamer (Arturo Longorio’s bushcraft articles occasionally wander into the philosophical – and make for great reading)

  • Bushcraft UK

  • Greenman Bushcraft (Bushcraft & survival gear, tools & equipment – based in UK)
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WILD FOOD FORAGING
  • Robin Harford (High-quality resource for wild food foragers

  • Steve Brill (Steve has a refreshingly humourous & entertaining approach to wild food foraging)

  • M. Grieve (0ringally published in 1931, Grieve’s writings on the ancient craft of herbalism is both broad and deep in its scope)

  • Rogers Mushrooms (Roger Philip’s is one of the greats of all things fungal – his website contains some great keys for easily identifying mushrooms)
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PLANT IDENTIFICATION
  • Zoe Devlin (Zoe’s wonderful, elegant website on the wildflowers of Ireland is a great reference source for those aspiring to improve their plant ID skills)

  • Tom Elpel (Tom has effectively demystified the often confusing subject of plant families – a must-have for all serious wild plant foragers & botanists)
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NAVIGATION
  • Tristan Gooley (Tristan’s specialty is natural navigation – simply great)

  • Earth Sky (Excellent astronomy website – check out monthly review of positions of the visible planets & current moon info to improve your natural navigation skills)

  • Time and Date (outstanding website for all thing solar, lunar, sunset and sunrise times and bearing – you name it – this website is a boon for natural navigators)
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ADVENTURE
  • Alastair Humphreys (If Alastair Humphreys can’t inspire you to take small or large adventures into wild places – then nobody can : )
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HIKING & CAMPING
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NATURE & CONSERVATION  
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OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY  
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MISCELLANEOUS
"In our every deliberation, we must consider the impact of our decisions on the next seven generations."
-From the Great Law of the Iroquois Confederacy
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