Making dirty water safe
Demonstrations of the importance of water, the potential contaminants and the techniques you can use to render dirty water into safe drinking water.
Being able to find and process water while out on the trail is an essential skill. Unfortunately it is one of the skills that is often overlooked and neglected. This is often due to a combination of fear,confusion, misinformation and the fact it is a resource often taken for granted.
Rupert will explain clearly and with demonstrations the importance of water, the potential contaminants and the techniques you can use to render dirty water into safe drinking water. It will give you the information and confidence to process your own water whilst out on the land.
7 may 2021 at 10:00 am
8 may 2021 at 10:00 am
9 may 2021 at 10:00 am
Duration: The demonstration will last 1,5 hours
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About The Speaker
Rupert is the founder and instructor at Brown's Bushcraft, a forestcraft and natural history school based in the SW of France. He is also the creator of the Brown filter bag, an authentic reproduction of the army issue Millbank bag.
He has spent over 30 years working in an outdoor environment and being close to nature.From a young age Rupert has had an interest in natural history and always felt happiest whilst outside. He initially started in forestry in 1987 and then studied arboriculture for 3 years and then went into a long career as an arborist. He has formal instructing and teaching qualifications and has been delivering both full and part time arboricultural courses since 1994.
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Sessions by Rupert Brown
7 may 2021 - DEMONSTRATION
8 may 2021 - DEMONSTRATION
9 may 2021 - DEMONSTRATION