Amazing Bushcraft Skills: Thailand Jungle Trek

Join us on a jungle trek in Thailand where we see some AMAZING bushcraft skills from the local guides. I am a bushcraft instructor in the UK where I teach skills including firelighting and shelter building, but this was an alien environment to me, so I was glad to have the guides with us.

Our guides were so at home in this environment and it was a privilege to see them practising traditional woodcraft skills. I never knew bamboo could be so versatile – it's a wonder-plant!

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If you're travelling in Thailand then I would highly recommend a jungle trek, it's a must-do. The company who organised my trek are Pooh Eco Trekking who can be found here:

At Woodland Classroom we host courses in bushcraft, foraging, wellbeing in the woods, mindfulness in nature in North Wales. If you would like to know more, go to:

Lockdown Update & Join Our Tribe!

An update from us and exciting news about what we've been getting up to since lockdown. Announcements for future Woodland Classroom projects, how you can get involved and more. Thanks to everyone for their support so far, it means so much to us 🙂

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How to Make Wild Garlic Kimchi

I show you how to make delicious kimchi replacing the traditional fermented vegetables for wild garlic. It tastes AMAZING and it's so good for your health. Wild Garlic Kimchi is very easy to make and by preserving this wild green we can enjoy it all year round.

Wild foods are so good for our overall health and whilst we're foraging we are also outdoors getting exercise, fresh air and sunshine on our faces.

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Note: Always have the permission of the landowner if you want to forage and ensure you have a good wildflower ID guide (or two) with you so you can make a a positive and safe identification of the plant.

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Top 5 Books: Outdoor Activities for Kids

I list my Top 5 books which parents can use to get their kids learning outdoors, doing some great activities. These books are perfect for any family who is homeschooling, parents who want their kids to get outdoors more, and families whose kids love being outside and want to take things to the next level.
Parents ask us a lot where they can get ideas for themselves to inspire their kids to get outdoors more. I work as a Forest School Leader and Outdoor Educator so these books come tried and tested.

If you like these books, or you love an outdoor activity book which is not listed here then tell us about the book in the comments section below.

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HERE'S THE LINKS TO THE BOOKS IN THIS VIDEO…

1. The Stick Book by Fiona Danks & Jo Schofield:
2. 101 Things To Do Outside with Kids by Dan Isaac:
3. FSC Identification Charts:
4. Cook Wild by Susanne Fischer-Rizzi:
5. Forest School Adventure by Naomi Walmsley & Dan Westall:

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Boost Your Immune System with Wild Plants

I show you 6 common edible wild plants you can add to your diet which will boost your immune system and improve your health. I also suggest several ways to use these plants in food.
I look at cleavers, jack by the hedge, nettles, wood sorrel, dandelion and wild garlic. These are all common plants, often considered weeds, in the the UK. Wild foods are so good for our overall health and whilst we're foraging we are also outdoors getting exercise, fresh air and sunshine on our faces.

Woodland Classroom host courses in foraging, wellbeing in the woods, mindfulness in nature and bushcraft in North Wales. If you would like to know more, go to:

Note: Always have the permission of the landowner if you want to forage and ensure you have a good wildflower ID guide (or two) with you so you can make a a positive and safe identification of the plant.

#coronavirus #health #foraging