Dave Canterbury is an experienced and skilled survivalist, with over 20 years' experience in bush-crafting, outdoor self-reliance and primitive skills. He is Advanced Search and Rescue Certified by the National Search and Rescue Association, and is an expert trapper certified by the Fur Takers of America. Canterbury founded The Pathfinder School, a survival school specializing in no-nonsense training for anyone who ventures into the outdoors, to pass on the "tribal knowledge" he has acquired. Canterbury has been published in Self Reliance Illustrated and currently writes for American Frontiersman and New Pioneer Magazine. He also serves as an adjunct faculty member of Frontier Christian University for the Wilderness Self Reliance Certificate Program. He is an accomplished archer and has operated a commercial reptile farm, worked as an animal control officer for the state of Florida and served in the U.S. Army. Canterbury's book, "Bushcraft 101" currently appears on the Amazon best-seller list. He lives with his wife, Iris, in a log homestead on 168 acres in southern Ohio.