Greenbrier Bushcraft

Bushcraft and Wilderness Survival vs. Long-Term Wilderness Living (Part 2-Selecting Your Home Territory and Establishing Camp)

Bushcraft and Wilderness Survival vs. Long-Term Wilderness Living (Part 2-Selecting Your Home Territory and Establishing Camp)

In this post I'm going over finding your home territory...
by Justin Lowthorp on May 12, 2020
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Bushcraft and Wilderness Survival vs. Long-Term Wilderness Living (Part 1-General Overview)

Bushcraft and Wilderness Survival vs. Long-Term Wilderness Living (Part 1-General Overview)

In this post I'm going to discuss the difference between...
by Justin Lowthorp on May 03, 2020
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Earth Shelter Construction

Earth Shelter Construction

In my experience, the earth shelter is the ideal wilderness...
by Justin Lowthorp on April 30, 2020
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The Myth of the Debris Shelter

The Myth of the Debris Shelter

I have built a multitude of debris shelters in the...
by Justin Lowthorp on April 16, 2020
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Harvesting Timber in Broad-Leafed Forests

Harvesting Timber in Broad-Leafed Forests

The information within this post is directed to those that...
by Justin Lowthorp on April 06, 2020
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ABOUT

At Greenbrier Bushcraft our focus is on long-term wilderness living. We are not survivalists, preppers, or concerned with a collapse of society, nor are we re-creationists of any type. We are though very traditional in our approach to long-term wilderness living, at the same time we are not adverse to modern means and the incorporation of new sciences.

Our sole goal is to succeed, not to suffer. It is our belief that man, in our natural state, is a powerful being and our countenance should reflect that. We seek to thrive in our chosen environment and to extend that to our surroundings as well.

We accomplish this by marrying traditional woodsmanship, bushcraft and primitive living skills with permaculture and a deeper understanding of forest ecology.

Our practices help heal the mistakes of clear-cutting, invasive species introduction, and improper resource management. We see ourselves as stewards of the wilderness, as Cernunnos embodied in man. Come join us on the Wild Hunt.
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Justin Lowthorp @Greenbrier Bushcraft

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