Radio Show

Join us for the Barefoot Bushcraft Radio Show !

The Barefoot Buschraft Radio Show is a weekly broadcast dedicated to bringing YOU the latest in all things bushcraft-related.

Hosted by the Wolfmaan, A.D. Venture and featuring Rhonda Ursulak, you’ll learn all about primitive skills, survival preparedness, and equipment & gear. We also discuss current headlines, useful tips & tricks, and product reviews. And don’t forget to tune in to catch some very special guest appearances!



Missed a show? No problem!

You can also download all episodes from our archive below:


Episode 8 - July 12, 2014 : SPECIAL EDITION
└ EXCLUSIVE extended episode from the 2014 Annual Preppers Meet (

Episode 7 - July 7, 2014 - “The Lost Episode”
└ [Season 2 - Episode 07 / July 5, 2014] Rescue in DeCew Falls, “Extreme” Culture & Keyboard Commandos, What’s in store for the future (WARNING: Strong Language).

Episode 6 - June 7, 2014
└ Bodies of missing canoeists recovered in Algonquin Park, Round Table Review - Need for PFDs/Life Preservers, Special Guest: Survivor Jack of

Episode 5 - May 31, 2014 : SPECIAL EDITION
└ EXCLUSIVE broadcast direct from the 2014 Headwaters Gathering ( Hear from several special guests and learn more about this great event!

Episode 4 - May 24, 2014
└ Youth and Risk in the Outdoors, Canadian children get failing grade in fitness, Special Guest: Don Hafner of

Episode 3 – May 17, 2014
└ Woman allowed to keep hybrid bobcat, Making a PVC-based archery bow, Review of “Novelty” Outdoor Equipment & Gear

Episode 2 - May 10, 2014
└ Dramatic rescue at the Niagara Gorge, Tips for building a Day Hike kit, In-depth discussion on going Barefoot

Episode 1 - April 26, 2014
└ The latest news headline, HX Outdoor Survival Buckle, 1-year Anniversary Celebration (Year in Review, What’s in store for the future)


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The forest is my chapel.
The trees are the pillars and walls of an endless cathedral.
The wind in the trees is my choir.
The land gives me water for my thirst and food for my famine.
My blades grant me safe passage, give me food and make my shelter.
Nature is my religion and I am her preacher.
- Matt M.