Skills, Culture And A Trip To Northern Quebec | JMBP-E018

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Recorded right after we got back from our trip to northern Quebec where we spent a week immersed in Cree Culture. Living in a traditional shelter on the side of a lake, we learned about hunting, trapping, snaring, fishing with gill nets as part of learning about traditional northern life ways.

In the podcast we talk about the difference between skill and culture. With me on the show are Ben Spencer and Christopher Russell.

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PHOTO: Chris wearing a rabbit skin jacket and rabbit skin beard in Quebec.


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Self Reliance Workshop Series & GALA | JMBP-E017

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PHOTO: Self Reliance Workshop on wild foods from summer, 2016.

For episode 17 I spoke with Josh Arnold, the director of Global Awareness Local Action (GALA). GALA is a local non-profit we partner with for our self reliance workshop series, among other things. We were also joined by Christopher Russell. We talked about the history of GALA and the self reliance workshop series as well as how we’re expanding it in 2017.

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Crafting In Bushcraft & Education | JMBP-E016

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Episode 16 of the Jack Mountain Bushcraft Podcast is all about the role of crafting in bushcraft and education. Making things with your hands is a big part of our educational programs. I’m joined by Christopher Russell for a discussion about crafting as an educational tool, our experience with crafting during semester courses, and some of the benefits we’ve seen as a result of crafting. Along the way we lay out some of the whys and hows of making things, as well as the motivation for doing so.

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