Jack Mountain Bushcraft Podcast
By Tim Smith
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The Jack Mountain Bushcraft Podcast is about the woods life; guiding, bushcraft, expedition leadership, nature, survival and more. Join Registered Master Maine Guide Tim Smith in the studio and in the field.
||Winter Bushcraft Gear And Know-How | JMBP-E028||Winter bushcraft gear and the knowledge to make it work is the topic for episode 28 of the Jack Mountain Bushcraft podcast. Ed Butler, Christopher Russell and I discuss sleeping bags, pads, dressing in layers, and how to carry heavy wool clothing.||11/28/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitJeff Butler, Canadian Guide & Musher | JMBP-E027||Canadian guide, musher and old friend Jeff Butler (of Northwoods Survival) and I discuss how depth of knowledge is being replaced by shallow understanding and rant about a variety of aspects of the outdoor industry.||11/24/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitThe Registered Maine Guide Episode | JMBP-E026||The Registered Maine Guide podcast episode. Tim, Christopher and Ed Butler (aka WorkingClassWoodsman) talk about the history of guiding in Maine, the test to become a registered guide, and prognosticate about the future of guiding.||9/22/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Crafting As A Necessity For Self Reliance | JMBP-E025||In episode 25 we talk about crafting as a necessity for a self-reliant lifestyle, touching on three reasons why craft matters: freedom from consumerism, deep knowledge and appreciation of the land, and confidence that you can make what you need.||9/6/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||The Jack Mountain Bushcraft Teaching Process | JMBP-E024||We talk about our approach teaching the Wilderness Bushcraft Semester course, discuss the role of framing, how honesty is crucial, the difference between teaching kids (pedagogy) and adults (androgogy), as well as recap what we did during week 1 of the.||8/26/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||What Veterans Need To Know About Jack Mountain | JMBP-E023||In episode 23 of the podcast Ben Spencer and I discussed what veterans attending the Jack Mountain Bushcraft School using the GI Bill ® or Vocational Rehab need to know about using their benefits, how to prepare for a course,||7/5/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Professional Forager Jenna Rozelle Darcy | JMBP-E022||For episode 22 I spoke with professional forager Jenna Rozelle Darcy about wild food, foraging as a business, and using wild plants as part of a daily lifestyle. Jenna has been a professional forager for 5 years,||7/3/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanChris Knapp From Koviashuvik Local Living School | JMBP-E021||On episode 21 I speak with my old friend Chris Knapp of the Koviashuvik Local Living School in Temple, Maine. Chris has two decades of experience homesteading, teaching, guiding, and living close to the land.||4/26/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitSchool Of The Forest Reboot | JMBP-E020||Episode 20 of the podcast is all about the reboot of the School Of The Forest, the JMBS youth and teen program. Christopher Russell and I discuss the educational philosophy of the program and what to expect as the program launches this spring and summe.||4/2/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitThe Outdoorsman’s Year And Does Technology Make Us Spectators | JMBP-E019||It’s mid-March, the snow is melting, the lakes are getting slushy, and it’s tough to get around. What do you do outdoors this time of year? In episode 19 of the podcast I’m joined by several friends to discuss the seasonally appropriate activities||3/28/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitSkills, Culture And A Trip To Northern Quebec | JMBP-E018||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,||1/26/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitSelf Reliance Workshop Series & GALA | JMBP-E017||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,||1/15/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitCrafting In Bushcraft & Education | JMBP-E016||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||1/9/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitHiking The International Appalachian Trail | JMBP-E015||Just before they left on the Wilderness Canoe Expedition Semester, I sat down with Raife Bowman, Dylan Robinson and Jeremy Yates to talk about their recent hike across Quebec and New Brunswick on the International Appalachian Trail.||7/26/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitChristopher Russell Session 2 | JMBP-E014||At the end of week 6 of the spring semester I recorded the second podcast with Christopher Russell. We talked about the progression of the course, the instructor and guide’s dilemma, the 2 journeys (outward and inward) that everyone is on,||7/6/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
Awesome podcast- I want more
This seems like a great entry level platform for the school! It would be useful to see some specific skills that people could focus on before moving on to the next level ( fire starting, shelter building, etc.)
Easy to listen to.
Excellent podcast on bushcraft.