Discùssing all things related to Bushcraft, camping, survival, hunting, and more. Wilderness survival instructor, and Anishinaabe storyteller Caleb Musgrave and his guests will share open, and oftentimes candid experiences from the wilderness. From mountain lion encounters, to shenanigans in the woods. The Canadian Bushcraft Podcast is both informative, and entertaining.
Why do we do this? (Ep 80)
In this episode, Caleb discusses the philosophies surrounding bushcraft for many people, and his own reasons.
The Tools of the Trade (Ep. 79)
In this episode, Caleb discusses some of the many tools you could possibly carry with you into the woods. He also discusses the Four Tool Skill System that he and his friend Nick Dillingham have been professing for years.
Camp Hygiene (Ep 78)
Ry the Adventure Guy and Caleb sit down in the quarter acre homestead, to discuss the many aspects of camp hygiene.
Ducks and Such (Ep. 77)
In this episode, Caleb updates everyone on what has been happening at Canadian Bushcraft over the last four months. From raising waterfowl, to building an entire food forest, to creating soil like some sort of Forest Spirit, to a big move for the family. He also has updates about upcoming in-person classes.
Host Caleb Musgrave and guest Chris Gilmour discuss the things you should be preparing right now for a more successful hunting season. They also discuss the upcoming online course WWW.TheHuntersJourney.Com
Finishing and Preserving Wood (ep. 75)
From how to make sure your greenwood carvings don't crack and warp, to applying stains and dyes, to smoothing and of course, preserving them. Caleb discusses it all here on this episode of the Canadian Bushcraft Podcast.
You’ll want to go back and download them all
Listening to this podcast is like sitting around a familiar table at a friends house and telling adventure stories. Caleb engages his audience by setting a comfortable atmosphere and being a friend who just wants to share some sound advice; And he is a wealth of just that.
You’re a good man Caleb (& Ryan) keep up the good work, chi-miigwech
Review from me
With a diverse range of topics that often veers away from the common or typical “bushcraft” talk while remaining both very interesting and informative. Caleb is a natural speaker with a gift for storytelling. Sometimes heartfelt and tear jerky and other times whimsical and fun. But always worth tuning in. I would listen to him read me a book on Canadian tax code, he’s that good!
Excellent and Informative
Started at the first podcast and been following since. Would like to jump on a session with ya and discuss some time.