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Discùssing all things related to Bushcraft, camping, survival, hunting, and more. Wilderness survival instructor, and Anishinaabe storyteller Caleb Musgrave and his guests will share open, and oftentimes candid experiences from the wilderness. From mountain lion encounters, to shenanigans in the woods. The Canadian Bushcraft Podcast is both informative, and entertaining.
 
Connection Matters Podcast brings together heart centred, nature-connected, curious people who share the enquiry; how can we create a connected and meaningful way of living that brings more health, happiness and growth to our world? Hosted by Leona Johnson and born out of her inspired journey into Eco-psychology and Nature Mentoring as well as running the Social Enterprise Live Wild CIC this podcast aims to capture some of the stories, wisdom and magic of the inspirational friends, teachers ...
 
The World's longest running independent producer of broadcast quality podcasts for the adventurer, the long distance hiker, the backpacker, the camper, in fact anyone seeking an independent life in the outdoors as a self powered traveler. Since 2005 we've produced audio and video podcasts for the self powered outdoor enthusiast in the UK and World-Wide. For people who wants to find out more about getting into the outdoors lifestyle and enjoying the simple pleasures in life. Our range of mate ...
 
The Canadian Outdoor Survival Podcast is a Monthly Podcast created to help explain Outdoor Survival, as well as highlighting some of the real challenges we face learning, practicing, and teaching in the Canadian Wilderness. Each seasons will be a mixture of overview episodes, specific skill based podcasts, and interviews with Survival Instructors and experts in various aspects of Outdoor Survival & Outdoor Education in Canada.
 
These podcasts are designed to help you survive, thrive, learn about the world, Military info, Prepping, Bushcraft, Survival techniques, Homesteading, Water Purification, Fire starting, and just about anything that you should or would need to know in a shit hits the fan situation. I am a former US Marine who just wants to help others along their path to becoming a prepper or survivalist.
 
The Practical Prepper provides interviews with some of the most practiced minds around the topics of preparedness, survival, and self-reliance. Your show host, Joe Borowski, will guide the conversation and take complex topics and help to break them down in a way that is consumable and entertaining.
 
Hey man! Welcome to my podcast. Thanks for checking me out. I am a beginning #taoist trying to find a balance between my spiritual practice, #nature, and a #prepper / #survivalist mindset Like follow and subscribe to keep up with what is going on. Later man! #minimalism #minimalist #naturelover #treehugger #naturalliving #selfimprovement #bushcraft #dirttime #conservation #camping #permaculture #hiking #heyman
 
Welcome to to The Hardest Kit on the Planet Podcast, brought to you by Heinnie Haynes! In this podcast we interview some of the hardest people and companies from around the planet. We aim to extract loads of helpful tips and tricks to help your outdoor experiences that much better. In this podcast we be interviewing adventurers, explorers, knife makers, peppers, bushcrafters, and people who work for some of the biggest outdoor companies in the world!
 
This is for you if you GET the outdoors, feel alive when you are in it and know that it makes you a better person. Those among us know that to spend more time outdoors makes us a better parent, partner, boss and even lover. Some amongst us have learnt the secrets of how to get more time in the outdoors than society says is possible… they know these secrets, action them and have broken free from usual shackles without risking their wealth and relationships to do so. While some of you may turn ...
 
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In episode 93 we get listeners caught up with current events, then discuss how in bushcraft (and many other aspects of life), the advanced skills are the basics mastered; there is not a separate set of skills for advanced practitioners. It’s all about depth of knowledge. PHOTO: Canoeing on a northern Maine lake Show Notes: JMB Podcast Episode 93 | …
 
Pumped to have Ben Fontenot of BF Paddles joining to discuss all things Greenland Paddles, as well as his approach to carving them and taking it on full time. Photo taken by Ben of his paddles. Check out his work at http://www.bfpaddles.com https://www.instagram.com/greenlandpaddleworks/ https://www.instagram.com/benjaminfontenot/ If there's any to…
 
We welcomed Ryan Holt into the studio for episode 92. Ryan is a Jack Mountain Bushcraft School alum and has completed 4 challenges on the television show Naked & Afraid. He is the owner of the Human-Nature Hostel in Roxbury, Maine. We talk about his time on tv, his work running a hostel for Appalachian Trail hikers, and the new direction he’s headi…
 
Have you ever spent a night out in the backcountry, away from light pollution, and just been mesmerized by the night sky? As hunters who carry powerful optics, we have the ability to view stars, moons, and planets. In this episode, Rick McAlister, a hobbyist astrophotographer and astronomer, walks me through the mind blowing scale of the universe a…
 
There are many prep items that we talk about in the Preparedness Community. But when it comes to real day to day living, there might be some preps that you are not thinking about. This podcast and list of items were contributed by the members of the PW Exclusive Email Group. 50+ Basic Preps You’re Probably Not Thinking About Ep. Link – Episode 658 …
 
Recorded on September 8th at the new Jack Mountain Bushcraft School hq studio, episode 90 features Tim Smith and Colin Clifford talking about Colin’s recent 10-day Allagash solo canoe trip. PHOTO: Tim Cole coming into Round Pond on the Allagash from a few years back. Show Notes: JMB Podcast Episode 91 | 10-Day Allagash Solo Kid-Friendly? Kid-friend…
 
Recorded on July 2nd by a very tired Tim Smith and Christopher Russell, episode 90 is about the challenges faced in participating in, as well as running, our semester courses. It was hot and buggy and we were tired from a long semester, but we talked about events that were current and prognosticated on some things that have since come to pass. Afte…
 
Many people are expecting craziness to continue and even escalate as we get closer to the election. Many believe things will continue way passed the election. Are you ready for what might come? Are you really prepared? How These Elections Will Affect Preppers Ep. Link – Episode 657 Mentioned in this Episode: Join the Exclusive Prepper Website Email…
 
Things we talk about in this episode The Sandy Hook Tragedy and Scarletts experience of losing her son. Forgiveness is a choice then a process The Choose Love Movement Why do we need a Social and Emotional Learning programme in Schools PTSD and Post Traumatic Growth The courageous Rwandan Genocide orphans who reached out to the brother of Jesse Lew…
 
I was recently thinking about energy levels and decision making, especially within a group. It's funny, we often push ourselves so much and it's good to go outside our comfort zone, but it's also important to have in consideration others in our group when we're out doing things that might be tough on our body, endurance or confidence. If there's an…
 
Things we talk about in this episode Talbarou a French retreat centre in France Nature Culture- An Introduction to the Art of Mentoring and the Eight Shields Earth Culture- An introduction to Permaculture Similarities between Eight Shields and Permaculture Differences between Eight Shields and Permaculture The nature connected earth based cultures …
 
Patrick Hanely has spent a lifetime hunting Northeast game. He has been working in the firearms industry for the past 11 years and is currently the Rifle Product Manager for Sig Sauer. This week, Patrick and I break down every aspect of the new Sig Sauer Cross Rifle, from the barrel to the butt pad. Sig Sauer's mission is to ask "how can we make th…
 
In this episode I sit down for a chat with mother, wife, survivalist, fishing and big game hunting guide, and Alone Show Season 6 contestant Michelle Wohlberg. Michelle talks about growing up in the Canadian bush hunting and trapping, the events leading up to and how she prepared for her time on the Alone show. Michelle gives us more details about …
 
Everyone knows what you’re talking about when you mention cooking flour. But not everyone realizes that you can make alternative types of flour with many other sources other than grain. Knowing this would be helpful for those who need a gluten-free substitute, want to save some money and even survive if things get bad. This podcast will cover alter…
 
Things we talk about in this episode It is possible to have a business that has a mission that is much more than making money Asking great questions to get better results In some instances, as humans, as communities, we are further away from each other than we’ve ever been What are the patterns of how a healthy natural system flows and what can we …
 
Many anglers are picking up fly fishing for the first time this year, but buying gear for a new hobby can be intimidating. Luckily, my good buddy, Adam Hutchinson has spent the last decade working for Winston Fly Rods. This week, we discuss how to get the best rod for your budget based on where and how you fish, emerging fisheries around the world,…
 
Many of us know that composting organic material is a must when we growing a garden. But we rarely talk or hear about this one big mistake that can cause serious problems for our fruits and vegetables. What To Compost From The Garden – And What To Do With What You Can’t! Ep. Link – Episode 655 Mentioned in this Episode: Join the Exclusive Prepper W…
 
Woniya is the owner of Buckskin Revolution, where her mission is to empower people to live a full life through the teaching of ancestral skills. She was a contestant on season 6 of the History Channel's show, Alone, in which she survived an impressive 73 days in subfreezing temperatures near the arctic circle. In this episode, Woniya shares her exp…
 
Things we talk about in this episode The rise of the field of nature connection and Forest School The internet as a forum to reach more people even in nature connection work Family camps as a way of creating connection and community The importance of holistic play and learning for all ages The benefits of risk taking and play for children as they g…
 
When you’re used to electricity and go without, especially during a heat wave, you really start to take into account what blackout related preps you have ready or need. There are a lot of things to consider to prepare for a blackout. And in this episode, we talk about some major ones. 10 Blackout-Proof Preps You Need To Get Through Extreme Weather …
 
Links mentioned in this episode www.patreon.com/connectionmatterspodcast https://www.souland.org/ Our website is www.livewild.org.uk/connectionmatterspodcast Connect with us on instagram https://www.instagram.com/livewilduk/ My personal instagram is https://www.instagram.com/leona.connection.matters/ The music for this podcast is -Hermosa Dia by Ra…
 
In this episode of my tracking series I am privileged to speak with Kersey Lawrence, who is currently the only female in the world that holds the certified highest level of skill with the title of “Senior Tracker” through the CyberTracker system. Kersey and I talk about her journey into a deep connection with the natural world and her foray into th…
 
Joel is a unique and incredible survival expert and instructor. He grew up in South Africa and Tanzania and has spent a lot of time learning jungle survival skills from the Rama Indians in Nicaragua and tracking and hunting from the Maasai and Hadza tribal people of Tanzania. Recently, Joel was a contestant on season 7 of the History Channel's surv…
 
Life has changed for many of us. But there is a great possibility that things can change even more. As Preppers, one of the things we should do is to look ahead and plan for what’s coming next. We are not trying to be prophets, but we can be realistic and know what human nature is like. Plus, we have the experience of history and what things were l…
 
Jordan Budd does it all. She's a hunting guide, photographer, videographer, writer, cattle rancher, gear expert, and a total badass. She is the owner of Running Water Media where she films some of the most epic backcountry hunts all over the world. Rookies and experienced hunters alike can gain a lot of knowledge from her as we discuss her journey …
 
One big truth about preparedness is that you have to be responsible for yourself and your family. You can’t count on the government or what you’re hearing in the mainstream media. This doesn’t only apply to preps you might need, this also applies to your finances. You are responsible for your finances and having the money you need to survive and th…
 
A bit of a followup to the latest video with emergency kayak hatches, hatch tethers, paddle floats and float bags, as well as a bit on Savannah, GA and a quick rant on what you plan to do with gear - how gear can help us further certain things, but at the same time it doesn't have to limit us. We can do so much more than we think with what's there.…
 
Why do almost all outdoor businesses fail within the first 2 years and for those that continue, it is a massive struggle. In this session, we share what to avoid, practical experiences we have had and how these have lead to outdoor businesses failing! Often knowing what not to do is as important as what to do! Book a call with Rob or Mark here http…
 
Hannah Finchamp is a professional Mountain biker who represents the USA for ladies cross-county mountain biking and is a member of the Orange Seal Off-Road Team. Hannah has her focus firmly set in being one of the three ladies selected to represent the USA at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics. Don’t miss out on future episodes and cool content join our free …
 
Things we talk about in this episode Connection work in all the many fields is ultimately the same thing Science, spiritual and soul Tuning into our bodies to allow our capacity for pleasure Connection to our self is is a devotional act to yourself Connection to our body comes first and is the foundation The benefits of understanding the pleasure s…
 
Bryan Marshall, or Bam Bam, is a USMC veteran, a hunting guide, and owner of Wild Chaos, an outdoor lifestyle brand. He is also the founder of Wishes for Warriors Corp, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping wounded veterans get back into the outdoors through therapeutic retreats such as hunting, rafting, and fishing. Bam has worked in the …
 
In this second episode of my tracking series I delve more specifically into the ways that tracking contributes to human wellness. I talk about humans’ evolutionary roots within the cradle of the natural world and how this existence predisposes our bodies, minds, and spirits for more natural ways of being. I make the bold statement that it is my bel…
 
Space Weather isn’t usually something that comes up around the dinner table. But after this episode, you might want to start asking about it and get more informed. Ben Davidson of Suspicious Observers shares his insights about solar flares, space weather and cycles on this episode! Suspicious0bservers – YouTube Channel Suspicious0bservers – Website…
 
This is the concluding conversation with Lauren (Neon) Reed and Bethany (Fidget) Hughes from Her Odyssey regarding their current expedition to travel by self powered means from the southern tip of the Americas to the most northern point. Currently they are 8000 miles into the 20,000 mile total and so I was seeking to know about how they cope with f…
 
Building an outdoor business is one thing... how to turn your outdoor passion into profit is a whole other challenge. In this session, we look at how to build a truly profitable outdoor business. One which can is safeguarded against big multinational competition such as REI and Amazon! Book a solutions call with Rob or Mark here https://calendly.co…
 
Things we talk about in this episode Only through filling up with joy can we be generous medicine wheel teachings - seeded Native American teachings Spirituality comes through the natural world Earth based spiritual trainings for women Martine Prechtel- Guatamala, Vermont Initiation - meeting with the natural world- understanding of the source of a…
 
Here's some ideas for having a backup plan in hand if you happen to lose a hatch cover during a trip, or event. Different waterproof materials can be used, as well as available hatch specific soft covers that you can have in your kit. These are the ones I've been using for years, and love by Reed: https://www.chillcheater.com/hatches If you want to…
 
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