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It’s been almost two months since we released a podcast. In this episode I discuss what we’ve been up to, tell some stories about the history of the folk school, and finish with talking about digital sharecropping, why we’re migrating all of our media to our own sites and why we recommend you do the same.
PHOTO: Dugout canoe at the libby museum that I first saw when I was 4 years old, in front of a photo of Rust Pond where it was found. The folk school is down the shore on the left.
- Article on digital sharecropping. A must read if you’re going into guiding or teaching (or any business where you’ll have an online presence)
- The Libby Museum, home to the dugout canoe in the photo above
- BushcraftSchool.com, the JMBS Online Learning Academy
- Map of the trails near the JMBS Folk School