• Sarah Day

    Sarah Day AKA Memma is an experimental archaeologist with almost 2 decades of experience in bushcraft and primitive survival. Her previous experience includes working for Ray Mears for 13 years AND Will Lord of the Stone-Age for over 3 years.

  • Phil Brooke Longbows

    Phil is a Woodsman, Bushcraft Specialist & Traditional Bowyer. He founded Chosen Paths Bushcraft in 2011, and since then the company has evolved into Phil Brooke Longbows - The Way Of The Woods.

  • Woodland Survival Crafts

    One of the longest established schools of Bushcraft in the UK, established 1995. Recognised by the Institute for Outdoor Learning (IOL) as an Approved Provider and assessor of Training for the Bushcraft Competency Certificate.

  • Pippin and Gile

    From paddling across Scotland in a packraft to leading expeditions in Costa Rica, Ecuador, Thailand and Peru, Lizzy (founder) has gathered a wealth of experience and her enthusiastic team know how to deliver an experience that will stay with you for a lifetime.

  • Down in the Woods

    With a “Level 4 Certificate in Bushcraft Leadership” Christopher believes that Bushcraft is the practical process of learning from the environment you find yourself in, adapting the knowledge and training you have to it and living comfortably in it by becoming part of that environment.

  • Lonescout Bushcraft

    Born of a lifetime of working with people and a passion for the outdoors. As an Accredited Practitioner with the Institute for Outdoor Learning and a holder of their Foundational Bushcraft Competency Certificate, Ian Cresswell offers a flexible response to your Bushcraft and Survival educational needs.

  • Woodland Ways

    Operating throughout the globe with instructors delivering expeditions to Kenya, South Africa, Croatia, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Sweden and much more. UK based, their large team (headed by founder Jason Ingamells) delivers courses from half-day workshops to the well renowned 2 year Bushcraft course, The Woodland Wayer.

  • Survival School

    Survival School believes that wilderness bushcraft is about learning to live with nature, enjoying yourself, respecting the environment, pushing back the boundaries of what you are capable of, learning new skills, meeting new people and trying new ideas. All courses are practical, hands on experiences.

  • Coastal Survival School

    The UK Coast line is a beautiful and sometimes wild environment, with an abundance of wild food, fish and shellfish. Learn how to collect, catch and cook them, along with the other essential skills needed to both Survive and enjoy the great outdoors.

  • Bison Bushcraft

    Roger employs a friendly, confident and hands on approach to Bushcraft training and you’ll often find Bison Bushcraft expeditions to remote wilderness areas such as Northern Canada or The Rocky Mountains, where everybody involved truly lives off the land.

  • Rob Evans

    Rob is an expert woodsman who has been to every Wilderness Gathering since it started in 2003. He has ventured out on many expeditions and his broad skill set comes from a wealth of outdoors experience. He has a youtube channel with a strong following and is an accomplished knife maker.

  • Wild Woodcraft

    Based in the Lincolnshire area offering a wide variety of engaging bushcraft and outdoor experiences for all. Our permanent team are Matthew Chapman and Maria Charles who bring together a wide skill set to make your experience challenging, inspiring and fun whilst maintaining high levels of safety and well-being.

  • Dart Valley Bushcraft School

    The transformative learning experiences at Dart Valley Bushcraft School are designed to help our students grow both in and out of the classroom. Our school is located just outside the historical town of Dartmouth in Devon within over 20 acres of woodland. We offer a comprehensive selection of classes designed to encourage the skills and knowledge needed to thrive in our wild places.

  • Axe and Paddle

    Axe & Paddle was founded by Steve Le Say and his wife, Kirsty, in 2012. Steve teaches primitive skills and crafts such as Fur and Buckskin Tanning, Friction Fire Lighting and Moccasin Making and many other crafts. He also makes and replicates many primitive tools and artefacts, from bone tools to birch bark pots and rabbit fur gloves to sinew backed short bows.

  • Paul Bradley

    Paul Bradley aka 'Bardster' of Bison Bushcraft is a consumate craftsmanwhose roots go back to the living history world where he learnt to recreate by hand the tools and artefacts of tiomes past. Paul works for Bison Bushcraft but has his own crafts website at www.probecrafts.co.uk.

  • Jackie Saull-Hunt

    Leading lecturer at The College of Naturopathic Medicine, Jackie is a career herbalist whose knowledge of healing flora is second to none. She offers plant walks, discussions on healing herbs and massage. She trades as Battle Clinic of Herbal Medicine.

  • Chris Smart

    Chris has a passion for survival related skills and believes that people should have the opportunity to develop their own knowledge and techniques and that the training they receive plants the seeds for them to achieve this. Chris has taught survival skills in temperate, tropical, arid, and extreme cold regions of the world during his 30 plus years involved in the survival skills field.

  • Francis Lawrence

    There's a big difference between surviving in nature and thriving in nature and that difference fascinates me. For the last few years I've been priviledged to get the opportunity to work on becoming a qualified instructor under the knowledgeable team at the Survival School. I also weave baskets as well as making quality bushcraft, woodcraft, hunting and kitchen knives.

  • Willow Lohr

    Willow has spent most of her life living in the remoter parts of the Scottish Highlands. Although born in the Netherlands, the rugged conditions and dramatic landscape of Scotland is where she feels most at home. She has become an accomplished craftswoman in many traditional skills, spanning from Neolithic times to the present.

  • Chris Grice

    Chris Grice has been on his own journey of nature wellness taking him from overwhelm and stress, to a place where nature brings balance to his busy life. Chris is a Forest School leader and has a lvl3 in Advanced Wilderness Therapeutic Approaches . He has also completed a level 2 in counselling skills which will allow him to help others to use nature as a mirror and benefit from the ‘wilderness’ as he has done. www.wildernesstribe.org

  • Fergus Drennan

    Wild food experimentalist, course faciliator, forager, the ever-curious Fergus Drennan, aka Fergus The Forager, has been gathering and learning about wild plants, seaweeds, and fungi for over 40 years, beginning on Wimbledon Common, aged 3 years, collecting dandelions for the family’s pet tortoise. Since those early days, and through much creative and experimental exploration he has continued his foraging practice, not only as a means to understand and to discover the practical relevance that foraging has in the modern developed world, but also in terms of what it means to be an environmentally conscious human in relation to the natural world. Fergus and Charissa Van Eijk work together as The Craefty Salmon.

  • Charissa Van Eijk

    Charissa is an enthusiastic and passionate archaeologist and cultural historian from the Netherlands. Her specialisation is in prehistoric archaeology from North-western Europe, but during her BA and MA studies she also focused on lectures in cultural anthropology, physical anthropology, medieval archaeology and more. Her approach to understanding the past is to both imaginatively and practically reconnect with the ways of the ancestors, wherever they may reside. She loves to go beyond dry facts in order to grasp the mind and heart ways of our ancestors by means of experimental archaeological projects. Her animistic worldview, as well as inspiration from folklore and ways of the wisdom keepers from traditional societies, inspire her own way. Charissa Van Eijk and Fergus Drennan work together as The Craefty Salmon.

  • Feral Science

    Rupert Loch of Feral Science has his own particular flavour of Bushcraft instruction. By providing the knowledge and science behind skills he shares a far greater understanding of how things work. This brings greater confidence in learning new bushcraft skills.

  • Roli Jones

    Roli is a former Royal marine who shares his bushcraft knowledge openly, is an accomplished green wood worker and is a very active advocate for forces charities.

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