Description given on Youtube:
This video outlines how to use a transpiration bag to extract water from trees in the Australian environment. It details the selection of tree, aspect, fitting of the bag, the process of photosynthesis and the resulting yield of drinkable water.
The video is presented by Gordon Dedman, founder of Bushcraft Survival Australia (BSA). Gordon has travelled extensively and completed numerous Survival and Bushcraft Courses worldwide at schools run by Ray Mears, Dave Canterbury, Lofty Wiseman and Bob Cooper.
Gordon is a former member of the Australian Army 1st Commando Regiment and is presently attached to NORFORCE, an Australian Army Reserve Regional Force Surveillance unit (RFSU).
NORFORCE conducts patrols in the remote areas of Northern Australia, working closely with Aboriginal communities.
Please follow all safety procedures when lighting fires outdoors and always adhere to the laws and guidelines set down by your State or country of origin, governing fire lighting.
BSA (Bushcraft Survival Australia) Disclaimer
– The information presented in these videos are given under the provisor that the person/s watching these instructions will practise with caution and care.
– BSA is not responsible for how and when you use this material.
– Please note that some activities related to bushcraft survival can be dangerous if performed without proper care and attention to detail.
– Please note that in many situations it is not permissible to light fires in National Parks.
– Please adhere to fire regulations and restrictions in your local area before lighting a fire.