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Alex Libman

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Survivalism and Self-Reliance Videos
« on: November 12, 2011, 10:31 PM NHFT »

In case anyone here may be interested...


  • WoodsMaster Collection

    Includes The WoodsMaster videos 1-16, Cave Cooking 1-5, and UrbanMaster 1-2.  Video breakdown:

    • WoodsMaster 01 - Spark Based Fire Starting
    • WoodsMaster 02 - Shelter and Priorities
    • WoodsMaster 03 - Survival Kits
    • WoodsMaster 04 - Travel and Navigation
    • WoodsMaster 05 - Traps and Trapping
    • WoodsMaster 06 - Primitive Weapons
    • WoodsMaster 07 - Jungle Living Skills
    • WoodsMaster 08 - Fundamentals of Tracking
    • WoodsMaster 09 - Primitive Knifemaking
    • WoodsMaster 10 - Survival Camping
    • WoodsMaster 11 - Solo Survival Skills
    • WoodsMaster 12 - Vehicle Survival Skills
    • WoodsMaster 13 - Desert Survival
    • WoodsMaster 14 - Crafts for the Field
    • WoodsMaster 15 - Sticks, Stoves and Stitches
    • WoodsMaster 16 - Buffalo Butchers Meat and Material from Large Game

    • Cave Cooking 01 - In the Field
    • Cave Cooking 02 - Dutch and Solar Ovens
    • Cave Cooking 03 - Food, Frocks and Fat
    • Cave Cooking 04 - Messing with Meat
    • Cave Cooking 05 - Primitive Cooking

    • Urban Master 01 - The Home
    • Urban Master 02 - Away From Home

    (Note that the WoodsMaster series goes up to 21, but the newer videos are not yet found online.)

    The host Ron Hood passed away earlier this year.  As always, I encourage y'all to support the author and his family by buying the DVD's if you are able.



  • PermaCulture Collection

    Some stuff may be more appropriate for the tropics than New Hampshire, but definitely still worth a look.  Among other videos (and e-books), it includes:

    • Establishing a Food Forest the Permaculture Way (2008)  [BT]  [CC]  [YT] [DVD] [REF]  Description text follows...  "Join Geoff Lawton on a Permaculture adventure as he demonstrates how to grow a food forest from start to finish.  Over 90 minutes of quality information to get you on the right track in creating your own Garden of Eden.  We start with a 20 minute Permaculture Classroom as Geoff explains the patterns of a Food Forest and the essential principles of 'time stacking' your garden with the right mix of support species that feed and protect your fledgling fruit trees into maturity.  We then join Geoff in the field as he puts the theory into action, planting the seeds and watching the system grow.  We end up at Tagari Farm -- established by Permaculture founding father, Bill Mollison -- which was abandoned years ago, but planted according to Permaculture design principles.  Would this Food Forest survive on its own?  You'll be surprised.  Elements covered in the DVD include: forest fundamentals, legumes, chop and drop, pests, fungi, using chickens, weeds, nursery, kitchen gardens, swales, hardwood, mature systems, and much more... Bonus features talk about 30, 300, and 2000-year-old food forests."

    • More from Lawton: Harvesting Water the Permaculture Way, Greening the Desert, and Introduction to Permaculture Design.

    • Aforementioned Bill Mollison's 1981 Global Gardener Series, in four parts: "In The Tropics", "Dry Lands", "Cool Climates", and "Urban".  Also includes Mollison's 1989 In Grave Danger of Falling Food.

    • Sepp Holzer's Aquaculture, Farming with Nature, Permaculture in Alpine Region, and Farming with Terraces and Raised Beds.


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Kat Kanning

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Re: Survivalism and Self-Reliance Videos
« Reply #1 on: November 13, 2011, 05:26 PM NHFT »

Sounds fun.
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