Trees for Self-Reliance

Trees… the rich, year-round resource that keeps on giving when wild plants are not available.

Trees for Self-Reliance | www.TheSurvivalSherpa.com

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9 thoughts on “Trees for Self-Reliance

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  6. Harry

    I keep seeing and wondering about the wooden Bowl/cup in some of your pictures. What wood is that made of and what did you seal it with inside? Looks right handy.

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  7. Fixer

    If you live north of the Mason-Dixon Line, don’t forget maple trees! Producing syrup, while hard work, is a lot of fun, and requires minimal equipment.

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