[ UK /wˈʊdkɹɑːft/ ]
- skill and experience in matters relating to the woods (as hunting or fishing or camping)
- skill in carving or fashioning objects from wood
How To Use woodcraft In A Sentence
- No longer did a working knowledge of nature anchor the wilderness recreation experience-the new literature aimed to replace woodcraft, which it dismissed as ‘old-style’ camping.
- The prize has been developed by the town's Yarliyil Arts Centre to encourage more people - especially children - to learn the traditional skills of woodcraft.
- These debates laid the groundwork for the rise of a minimal-impact camping ethic in the 1970s that would displace woodcraft as the dominant wilderness recreation ethic.
- Among early-twentieth-century outdoor recreationists, the rhetoric of woodcraft most closely figures the place of recreation in the early wilderness movement.
- Bisnath, who is also known for his woodcraft, has a joinery shop at home, so making the stilts is no problem.
- At our market we sell fresh breads, home baking, jams and marmalade, cheese, relished, apple juice, garden plants, beautiful woodcraft, handknitted craftwork, Christmas crafts and decorations.
- The trade and crafts stands were numerous and had displays varying from cosmetics to woodcraft and sign writing.
- In the libertarian realm of the wilderness, indeed, where skill in woodcraft and hunting determined one's rank rather than birth or wealth, the social authority of hunter and guide could be reversed.
- There will be wonderful displays of Christmas fare, home baking freshly baked breads, savoury dishes, vegetables, variety of crafts, toys, woodcraft, excellent cheese, plants and Christmas arrangements and much more.
- At this market we will sell fresh breads, home baking, jams and marmalade, farm fresh eggs, relishes, apple juice, honey, spring plants, beautiful paintings, woodcraft, and hand knitted craftwork.