Pineland Bounty and Survival


Carmen Corradino, a Tom Brown Wilderness Survival School instructor, amazed our Waretown audience with her knowledge of Pineland bounty.  For example, she demonstrated nine different ways to use the common pine as edible sustenance and medical relief.  Numerous common, regional plants were also revealed from her “shopping bag” of goodies.   Her experience of living grid-less in the wilderness was truly admirable.  Her daily needs were all supplied by what she had found in the environment.  From constructing a wigwam and A-frame (which, by the way, survived both hurricanes Irene and Sandy) to sewing her own practical wardrobe of naturally available pelts, Ms. Corradino was truly an inspiration in living a balanced life with nature.     





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