Winter can be a brutal season, but savvy woodsmen manage to get through the cold and discomfort by learning what foods can be gathered this time of year and methods for staying warm and comfortable despite frigid temperatures. Winter is also a great time for staying indoors next to the fireplace or woodstove while crafting tools, re-pairing gear or just catching up on some reading. To start, you might want to read these tips that will help you get by until spring has sprung again.



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40 Steps to Beat Winter’s Fury

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This article originally published in AMERICAN FRONTIERSMAN® Issue #191. Print and Digital Subscriptions to AMERICAN FRONTIERSMAN® magazine are available here.

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