Badger Bushcraft Blog
Friday, 06 November 2015 12:15
It's a beautiful morning for a walk and with the mist hanging in the air, the spider webs are decorating the landscape. There are many orb webs to be seen like this one we admired and photographed near Barnfield in Kent but did you know that spiders don't just use webs to catch flies?
Friday, 06 November 2015 10:01
Yarrow is still flowering - a welcome sign of life on cold November days. The plant commonly blooms in spring with ovate clusters of white to pink flowers but continues to flourish though out the year.
Tuesday, 25 March 2014 14:26
In this Badger Bushcraft Kit – Tried And Tested article we will be reviewing the Jack Wolfskin Rambler 32 rucksack purchased from the excellent Blackleaf website.
Tuesday, 26 November 2013 14:15
Readers of our bushcraft blog seem to be very keen jam makers during the jam making season with some of the wild fruits that Mother Nature offers us here in the United Kingdom. In this article we will show you how to make an exceptionally delicious jam using damsons and plums. This is a real treat for the taste buds!
Thursday, 21 November 2013 16:23
Anyone that follows our Bushcraft Blog will be aware of some of the previous articles we have written about footwear, boot and trainer reviews plus also bushcraft boot maintenance and cleaning. In this article we will be look at the Merrell Moab Mid Gore-Tex boot purchased from Nightgear.
Sunday, 17 March 2013 09:14
In this Badger Bushcraft Blog we are delighted to have guest author Liz Wakelin contributing with her experiences of the Frontier Stove made by our friends over at Camping Solutions UK. So without further ado I’ll pass you over to Liz with her article and fantastic pictures.
Sunday, 03 March 2013 15:56
Over the coming months we will be testing and reporting back on the Badger Bushcraft Blog on Smartent sleeping system offering “Off Ground Technology” and featuring our comments on the Kit Tried And Tested Section.
Sunday, 24 February 2013 11:49
This week we were delighted to host a film crew that were filming an advert for Kent Children’s University at our beautiful private 100 acre woodland site in the heart of the glorious Kent countryside.
Friday, 15 February 2013 07:16
With over 2,650 friends on our regular facebook page we have created another page where we can keep you up to date with our news, blog posts and all things interesting a “bushcrafty” from across the web.
Sunday, 03 February 2013 13:44
There is nothing more satisfying, to my mind anyway, of reconnecting through bushcraft and survival skills with the proficiency, ability and cleverness of our ancestors and when time allows I like to experiment with primitive technology and the possible commonly used techniques employed by our ancestors. Over recent years I have been researching and testing how barks of various trees often used to make cordage, baskets, folded containers and the like respond to being rehydrated. For this short Badger Bushcraft Blog I produced some cordage with inner bark of the wych elm that been dried and rehydrated.