3-Rock Technique; Need-to-Know

   3 softball-sized rocks that are flat on top & bottom are placed next to each other in a triangle, & then 2 of the rocks are moved slightly away from each other, leaving room for a very small Oak wood fire in the middle of them:
3 rock no pot     Next, place a pot on top of the 3 rocksthe rocks will become hot, which will help to heat the pot along WITH the fire.  This technique will save you from having to harvest WAY too much firewood (most people do).  The 3-Rock Technique can easily be worked into a Keyhole Lay for an even better firepit.  
   This technique is wonderful for backpackers too because you don’t need to bring a grill or stove to cook on AND its perfect for on the go.

    “Oak is the best choice for the hottest, cleanest-burning wood.”  

Colston’s Rural Fire Department

   Wild Willpower looks forward to filming Richard Lonewolf AND many other experts- mycologists, lichen specialists, ethnobotanists, forest rangers, native wild skills teachers +++) in the near future to have them teach everyone from this website for free while also making sure they have their needs met & are treated well with the exchange.   We ALSO plan to add lots of information into each database entry throughout this site- which is going to require the help of a team of technologically-skilled & focused database builders.  We’re currently fundraising $ 500,000 to acquire our initial list of needed resources so we can make this website operate as described here as part of our plan to aid humanity.  Acquiring these will be the first big step toward being able to make this happen.  We are in immediate need of a vehicle to finish documenting his new book & to build this database as well!  Even a small amount helps a great deal!

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 Sources:  Richard Lonewolf, Colston’s Rural Fire department

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