January 30, 2011
by Tim Smith
The inaugural episode of the new Jack Mountain Bushcraft Podcast. I talk about how bushcraft is changing from a community to an industry in North America. Is it a good thing?
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January 30, 2011, 2:05 pm
Off to a great start!
January 30, 2011, 9:16 pm
Thought it was great! In the lightweight movement, gear talk is the rule. Don’t let it get there in bushcraft.
January 31, 2011, 6:10 am
I think it is a good ting that actually needs to accelerate rapidly. We are losing park land that is being deemed financially deficit. If more people used them they could self sustain. Bushcraft turns a family trip to the park into a) more than an after th0ught and b)more than just a rare destination outing. It turns it into a purposeful adventure. One that is repetitive. It turns the knowledge of fauna into a field trip. it turns the wilderness into the only classroom that bushcraft can be taught. it. Across the board it turn the wilderness into a destination a significant greater part of the population would go to. With bushcraft who doesn’t, old and young, want to go a cool field trip. And we get to save our parks. my 2cents :)
My name is Tim Smith. I'm the founder of the Jack Mountain Bushcraft School and a Registered Master Maine Guide.
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