Mr. Rupert Brown is the Founder and Chief Instructor at Brown’s Bushcraft based in the South-West of France. We are delighted to have Rupert speaking at the Bushcraftfestivalen 2018.
In addition to his bushcraft school he also has created the Brown filter bag; a canvas course water filter. Rupert have during the years built an inspiring knowledge regarding handling water when out in the field. At this Summer’s festival Rupert will speak about the importance of making water safe using clear demonstrations on the available techniques to make dirty water safe. Making water safe is an essential skill for every back country traveler. To avoid sickness from bad water it's important to stay up to date with the latest facts regarding water purification. Rupert will clarify and explain the process providing the information to enable you to provide your own safe water. Starting with explaining the potential contaminants in water followed with clear demonstrations on the equipment and techniques we can use to make dirty water safe.
Since a young age Rupert has always had a passion for the outdoors. Enjoying, walking, climbing, camping and studying natural history. In 1987 he started a career in forestry and later went on to study for a diploma in Arboriculture. In 1994 he obtained formal teaching and instructing qualifications and went on to deliver both full and part time arboricultural courses. In 2010 Rupert went for a career change combining his outdoor experience, natural history knowledge, teaching and formal bushcraft qualifications he started Brown’s Bushcraft. Rupert has worked in a natural outdoor environment and been close to nature for over 30 years and continues to learn and enjoy the time spent outdoors.
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(photos: Brown's Bushcraft)