Daniel Hume

Daniel Hume is an instructor at Ray Mears’ Woodlore School of Wilderness Bushcraft, a premier wilderness-training school in the UK that has offered courses and overseas expeditions for more than 30 years. He has served since 2006 and is an expert on wilderness survival skills. His mission is to travel the world learning and mastering native fire-making techniques from around the world. He lives in the UK.


Fire Making
The Forgotten Art of Conjuring Flame with Spark, Tinder, and Skill
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Paper Over Boards | $19.95

For fans of Tristan Gooley and of Lars Mytting’s Norwegian Wood a fascinating, beautifully illustrated guide to making fire without a lighter From the San people in Namibia to the Mangyan of the Philippines, Daniel Hume has learned how fire … Continue reading