Being Prepared For Winter With Ed Butler, Working Class Woodsman | JMB Podcast Episode 55

Ed Butler, the Working Class Woodsman, stopped by and we spent an hour and a quarter talking about winter preparedness, the changing face of the forest in northern New England due to economic pressure, what you should carry with you, the boiling point of propane and butane, and a bunch of other winter-focused things. I haven’t seen Ed much lately because he’s been so busy, and it was great to catch up. It’s always a pleasure to have him of the podcast, and it’s never boring.

PHOTO: Ice-covered pond at the field school. The discolored ice should be a safety warning, as should be the open water near the outlet.


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  • Matt Galvin

    Always good to hear Tim and Ed go back and forth. Great PODCAST.

  • Thanks Matt!
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