Mors Kochanski is a Polish Canadian bushcraft and wilderness survival instructor , naturalist, and author. He has acquired an international following and has. But there are so many outdoor skills that I am unfamiliar with covered in Mors Kochanski’s classic “Bushcraft”, that I could easily spend the rest of my life. Mors Kochanski is a legend in the outdoor survival world. the opportunity to take Winter survival and bushcraft classes from Mors through the.

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The idea of not eating had never crossed my mind. Using a lifetime of in-the-woods learning, he teaches kochansko the intricate details of practical survival skills he’s adopted or developed for his boreal forest environment.

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Top 10 Survival Concepts 1. It’s a pretty good read for beginners. I thought I had solid fire-lighting skills. He’s a survival skills legend, and if you travel the north woods I highly recommend studying his writing and videos. From my own experience, I know how having some high-calorie trail food on hand can provide a needed energy boost if you’re running late and have a to push through a few more miles.

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After his departure from university, Mors resolved to become a specialist in outdoor subjects focused on wilderness living skills and the lifestyles of native peoples. This book is more about thriveing kochhanski the wild than it is surviving. Thank you for posting a review! Walter Underwood January 23, at Return to Book Page. Layed out in am easy way to comprehend.

It is handbook sized and ready for your next trip! Mors Kochanski is a life long wilderness educator from Canada. The book deals with fire and shelter craft as well as the use of knives, saws, and axes in the wild and the uses of conifers, birches, shrubs and moose.

This was one of the first survival books my Dad gae me. Views Read Edit View bushcrat.

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Ian rated it it was amazing Sep 06, Philip Werner January 24, at 8: You might also want to check out: He has spent a lifetime testing and refining survival techniques in the northern wilderness, as well as advanced bushcraft skills that can allow one to live comfortably in the wilderness kochasnki the materials they find in the woods around them.

A Mors Kochanski original, the “Super Shelter” is a dramatic upgrade to the classic pine bough lean-to you see in nearly every survival manual.

The later chapters are about the various trees found in norther forests and how their parts can be used to make various tools.


However, he took many jobs before finding his opportunity to become an instructor, including concrete technician, geologist assistant, engineering technician, surveyor, social worker, and draughtsman, a job at which he updated the street plans of Prince Albert after the installation of gas mains.

I found the illustrations helpful and it was an easy read. It took me over a week to cut it down.

Mors Kochanski — The Bushcraft Journal

Super Shelters feature a raised bench covered with conifer boughs that double as a bed, a back wall lined with a reflective Mylar space blanket, and a clear plastic sheet that hangs down the front.

Mors introduced this trade-off to me. I reccomend it to anyone that would rather participate kochansik nature than simply pass through it. Bushrcaft Hands in the Deep Cold. Philip Werner January 23, at In his early school years, he walked or rode 7 miles to and from school on a bush road. Powered by Yotpo Home.

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