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At Howl Bushcraft we provide an insight into the Natural world, opening up a vast array of natural resources and knowledge. We teach practical skills in a friendly and pragmatic way, skills that actually get used while outdoors. In this way we hope to enable you to act on your interests and take those first steps into the greatest of adventures. The confidence gained from knowing you carry fire in your muscles and mind will change your outlook on the world, suddenly the wilderness will seem full of allies. 

We promote the utmost respect for the environment, the ability to pass unnoticed through the woods brings with it a deeper understanding of the wilderness, and our part in it. It is this philosophy which forms the very core of our work.

Special Events

Summer sessions at Kilnsey park

This Summer we'll be delivery two exciting bushcraft taster days at the stunning Kilnsey Park in the Yorkshire Dales.


Campfire cooking day

A perfect day for the fresh-air foodie. We’ll spend the day cooking on the campfire with the most basic ingredients – but we’ll still cook up a feast! We will start by preparing fish fresh from the Kilnsey lakes for cooking over the fire, bake a couple of different breads, and end the day with some delicious campfire desserts.

There will be plenty of hot drinks and snacks throughout the day to keep the wolf from the door.

Other Events


Event name:

IOL Bushcraft 2 day Special Event - Lincolnshire 2017
Workshops led by Bushcraft experts

Date(s): 14/10/2017 – 15/10/2017

Venue: Chambers Farm, LINCOLN

An Institute of Outdoor Learning Special Event

These are very popular - book soon!

Workshops so far announced:

  • Wool Spinning made easy – Katie Rees

  • Coil Baskets – Jamie Dakota

  • Make a simple Rope Walk - Martin Rollin

  • Others TBA

Delegate fees

  • IOL BSIG Members £55

  • IOL Members £80

  • Non IOL Member £120


family bushcraft skills day

An action-packed day for families who want to take the first steps into bushcraft, and just spend some quality time together. We’ll cover everything from the essential skills needed to spend a night in the woods, to how you can get the most out of your family time outdoors. Centered around play and working as a family, you’ll make a fire together, cook your lunch and build a shelter. We’ll also look at making a few things to take home.