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Straw Poll

What new service from Badger Bushcraft would interest you most?

More family orientated events - 97.4%
Guided bushcraft and nature walks - 0.2%
More school based projects and courses - 0.2%
Weekend camping - 0.7%
Wild food day course - 0.4%
Two day trekking with wild camping - 0.7%
Bushcraft by bike - 0.4%
The voting for this poll has ended

Badger Bushcraft News

Dreadful News For Badgers From 38 Degrees

Written by Phil Brown. Badger Bushcraft News Tuesday, 05 February 2013 18:26

Just in - Some awfully bad news form our friends a 38 Degrees asking us all to "Rethink The Badger Cull".


 

   

Dreadful News For Badgers From 38 Degrees

Written by Phil Brown. Badger Bushcraft News Tuesday, 05 February 2013 18:26

Just in - Some awfully bad news form our friends a 38 Degrees asking us all to "Rethink The Badger Cull".

 

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Help Save The British Bee Population

Written by Phil Brown, Badger Bushcraft News Thursday, 17 January 2013 17:14

We've just heard from our friends at 38Degrees about what we can do to help save the declining British bees many of which face grave danger due to some aweful pesticides.

   

Ash Trees In Danger

Written by Phil Brown, Badger Bushcraft News Friday, 02 November 2012 10:50

News just in from our frinds at 38 Degrees:-"Over the last few days, news reports have revealed that British ash trees are threatened by a disease called ash dieback. The disease could devastate the 80 million ash trees across Britain. [1] But people power can help to stop it."

   

Ban The Pesticides That Are Killing Bees

Written by Phil Brown, Badger Bushcraft News Thursday, 18 October 2012 12:16

News just in from our friends at 38 Degrees "British bees are in danger. Three species of bees are already extinct and others are in rapid decline. Strong evidence points to particular pesticides being to blame for killing them. This week we have a chance to persuade the government to protect our bees and ban these harmful pesticides."

   

Badger Bushcraft Goes Into Web Based Publishing With The “Badger Bushcraft Online Newspaper”

Written by Phil Brown, Badger Bushcraft News Friday, 28 September 2012 13:26

Early mornings and late evenings when in the office can provide some essential down time to catch up with all that is wonderful on this spec of a planet that drifts through space and time. For us here at Badger Bushcraft we enjoy reading and learning about the natural world, outdoor adventures and of course anything that involves bushcraft and survival skills.

   

HM Government e-petition Stop The Badger Cull

Written by Phil Brown, Badger Bushcraft Blog Tuesday, 11 September 2012 13:44

There is an online e-petition created by Dr Brian May CBE available to sign now and it only takes two minutes!

   

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