Workshops

Bushcraftfestivalen wants to encourage all respectful Bushcraft exercising. The festival's workshops are a great opportunity to learn and practice one's Woodcraft skills. All Instructors are highly skilled in their field and their goal is for you to get the best weekend ever; filled with knowledge and hands on experiences. The workshop's lengths differ pending on the subject and in the program you can see wish workshops that are stretching over a whole day and wish ones just lasting for a couple of hours.
All workshops are included in the entrance fee and  there's no spot reservation; first come first served. Below you can see some of the workshops offered this yeas (changes may occur).

Bonecraft - Egge Edussaar-Harak (Estonia)
Bushcraft in the name of nature - Tobias Karlsson & Johan Forsberg (Sweden)
Store and Carry Mikael Åkerman (Sweden)
Chaga - Roland Burk (Estonia)
Fire - Mattias Norberg (Sweden)
Small game trapping - Andrew T Price (UK)
Flint knapping - Karin Stålberg (Sweden)
Field baking - Elle Nikishkova (Sweden)
Bushcraft sauna - Bushcraftfestival Estonia (Estonia)
Plant walk - Paul Kirtley (UK)
Restoring saws and axes - Roland Burk (Estonia)
Spoon carving - Jonas Als (Denmark)
Making candles - Liis Burk (Estonia)
Stalking techniques - Pontus Dowchan (Sweden)
Foarging and sloyd Stefan Åhlén & Sara Hedlund (Sweden)
Making yarn and needlecraft - Liis Burk (Estonia)
Mushroom walk  - Elle Nikishkova (Sweden)
Making wax for your boots - Erki Vaikre (Estonia)
Making leather bracelets - Egge Edussaar-Harak (Estonia)
Preparing acorn - Pontus Dowchan (Sweden)
The wood in carving - Nisse Stormlod (Sweden)
Whittling with a knife - Bushcraft Sverige (Sweden)
Drying wild food - Eric Tornblad (Sweden)
Survival for kids - Harry Sepp (Sweden)


To see the more detailed program; click HERE.




Pics: J. Landolsi


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