(video) Ancient Inuit Technology With A Modern Twist; Marjory Wildcraft Talks With Pat Farneman


Majory Wildcraft talks to Patrick Farneman about his unique skin-on kayaks and how they are made. Skin-on frame kayaks are a modern application of ancient Inuit technology. It’s an affordable, lightweight, sturdy kayak that is a joy to behold and even more fun to paddle.  Patrick Farneman has been building these kayaks for a long time now and even teaches a workshop course on building them.  Check out Patrick’s website at http://www.bridgestothepast.org/

 

 

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2 Comments on (video) Ancient Inuit Technology With A Modern Twist; Marjory Wildcraft Talks With Pat Farneman

  1. Terry

    after watching your kayak post I thought I would coment. I used that same two part resin to line an old tank that had small holes in it and then used it for my aqua-ponics fish tank. It holds water well and is safe for the fish! plan on lining my bigger better grow beds for next year! Master Gardener Terry