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John Muir Award

Straw Poll

What section of the Badger Bushcraft Blog do you enjoy reading the most?

Wild Food - 99.2%
Out And About - 0.3%
Flora - 0%
Fauna - 0.1%
Kit – Tried And Tested - 0.2%
Books - 0.1%
Musings - 0%
Friends - 0%
The voting for this poll has ended


Straw Poll Results

What skills would you most like children to learn from Badger Bushcraft?

Vote Results:

Firecraft and safety
97.1%  
Safe knife use
0.1%  
Nature awareness
0.8%  
Campfire and backwoods cooking
0.4%  
Nature based art
0.1%  
Survival skills
1.4%  
Plant and tree identification
0.1%  
Number of Voters  :  990

Comments

 
#1 Sam Brooks 08-03-2014 08:52
I think they're mostly all of equal importance really with the exception of the art; which although wonderful, I feel is more complementary to the other skills.
 

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