Brother Noland - The Hawaiian Survival Handbook
More than 40 survival techniques and outdoor skills included in this handbook created by Hawaiian musician Brother Noland, who sees music as just one of many ways to connect with his heritage and the 'āina.
In the Hawaiian Survival Handbook, he shares the outdoor skills he has developed over a lifetime spent in Hawaii's forests and waters as a steward of the land and Hawaiian culture, Noland is also a dedicated tracker. These essential tips and tricks will prove handy for the casual day-hiker, intrepid seashore adventurer and hardcore overnight camper alike.
- How to Avoid a Shark Attack
- How to Survive a Rip Tide or Undertow
- How to Forage Hawaii's Shoreline
- How to Use a Throw Net
- How to Read the Island Weather
- How to Build or Find an Overnight Shelter
- How to Make Fire
- How to Wayfind in the Forest
- How to Use the Moon
- How to Make Use of Native Plants
- How to Develop the Eye of the Tracker
- How to Avoid a Wild Pig Attack