Sussex Woodsman was established by Mark Emery to help preserve our traditional countryside/woodland crafts & skills and ultimately to pass on these skills, along with an understanding and appreciation of the natural world and the wealth of renewable resources that are available.
During Mark's tenure as an outdoorsman, he has studied the natural world and the renewable resources it offers in an effort to understand and to ultimately help preserve the knowledge and the wealth of skills and crafts that are quickly being forgotten in our throw away world, unfortunately, once these skills have gone, they are gone forever.
Whilst Mark has been fortunate
enough to learn many skills from indigenous peoples around the world, it is the British
countryside that he holds dear and he spends many hours in the woods and
countryside practicing and refining his existing skills and importantly
learning new skills from his peers and the craftsmen & women who have used them on a daily
basis all of their working lives.
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