In the final part of his look at the pine tree, Sean considers the dead or dying pine and how it still continues to be a resource for survival. Pine resin has plenty of uses for the bushcrafter, and Sean describes how to find , store, and use it.
The pine tree has a lot to offer the bushcraft enthusiast from a source of vitamin C to a colander! In the first of 3 films, survival expert Sean Collins demonstrates the uses of pine needles and cones in a woodland setting. In subsequent programmmes he talks about pine string and uses for a dead pine tree.
After placing his tree in the ground Richard Scholfield shows us how you can protect you tree and give it a better chance of surviving.
In the first part of this two part tutorial Richard Scholfield shows us how to plant a tree properly.
Julian Evans returns to the screen again this time to explain the edge effect on woodland tracks.
In part 3 David Rossney makes chainsaw cuts to a tree so it falls where he wants. He also deals with a common problem, a “hung up” tree, where the surrounding trees stop it falling as planned.
In Part 2 David Rossney assesses the woodland, which trees to fell and why. He explains how he will cut the tree to make it fall where he wants it.
Trees need to be thinned to allow more light in and encourage the remaining trees to grow strong and healthy. Julian Evans shows how to select the trees, mark them, and remove them using a standing sale