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Our Vision

To teach self-sufficiency so people can forage, farm and hunt their food. 

To show others how to reconnect with the land and get back to nature. 

To foster a community of like-minded people who will become role models for future generations.

Food is something everyone on earth has in common. We all need it to survive and we all rely on the land to provide it. 

Until recently, most people were pretty self-sufficient when it came to feeding themselves. What they didn’t grow or raise themselves, they hunted, fished and foraged the wild to find.

Buying food from shops didn’t really start until the early 1900s, and even then, people only bought the items they couldn’t grow, raise, hunt or make themselves. 

The first supermarket opened in America in 1930, and the concept didn’t really take off in Australia until the 1960s. 

By the start of the 21st Century, the supermarket had become deeply imbedded in our lives, replacing backyard gardens and small local stores to provide a constant stream of convenience foods and packaged goods.

In less than a hundred years, the world moved from fully self-sufficient to fully dependent. 

Somewhere on that journey, we lost our connection to food, and as a result, much of what made us happy. 

Thankfully there are many who want to flip the switch again; to take personal responsibility for at least some of their food, to find their way back to nature; to return to a life on the land.

If that is you, you’ve come to the right place.

My Life On The Land was designed to help you reconnect with the land, to relearn how to source your own food; to enjoy nature; to pass on skills that kept our ancestors alive for thousands of years. 

Take advantage of the wide range of free materials to help you learn new skills, and when you’re ready to delve a little deeper, check out our growing library of tutorials and short courses to help you master those skills. 

These courses can be purchased individually. Alternatively, become a member and gain lifetime access to all of our courses, tutorials and member-benefits. 

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One of the simplest and most straight forward ways you can support I Am Hunter is to make use of the content we create.

Want to learn new skills, better understand wildlife management and make the most of the animals that you hunt?

You can do this by watching episodes and videos, listening to podcasts, checking out the tutorials, reading articles, and using the recipes on I Am Hunter.
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You can be an agent for change by helping spread a positive message about hunting as far and as wide as possible.

If you read an article, watch a video, follow a tutorial or listen to a podcast that you like, hit those share buttons to let your family and friends know about it. 

Don't forget to like, share and comment on our posts on social media, as this helps by-pass those pesky social algorithms that try to limit or restart hunting content online.
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You can help transform the conversation about hunting by sharing your own skills, experiences and hunting journey with our audience.
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Frequently asked questions

Memberships can be paid online by credit card (via Stripe) or through PayPal. Alternatively, if you have any difficulty setting up your payment or would rather not provide your payment details online, call +61 (0)428 177 638 or +61 (0)424 045704 and we can set your account up over the telephone. We can also accept payment by cash or cheque but you will need to arrange this over the telephone. 

Members will either be automatically included in smaller giveaways or invited to enter our bigger giveaways direct by email as well as in The Tribe on Facebook. 


If you feel that you have something you could contribute to I Am Hunter, send an email to with details of what you would like to share. 

We also encourage you to be active in The Tribe, where you can post photos and videos and start your own topics. 

Yes. While we love our members, we know life sometimes gets in the way. You can cancel your membership by logging into your account and hitting the cancel subscription button. You will retain access to our members-only area and rewards until the anniversary date of your last payment. After that, you will still be able to read and share our free content, but will not have access to member-only content or benefits. Please note: we do not offer a refund if you cancel your membership. 

At this stage, all annual memberships are set to automatically renew on your anniversary date, while monthly memberships will continue to debit $10 per month from your chosen payment option each month for as long as your membership is active. 

We understand that some people prefer to know in advance when a membership is due to renew, so we are in the process of setting up a notification process to alert you. 

Do you have any other questions or concerns not addressed here? Drop us a quick email to and we’ll help you out. Alteratively, you can call +61 (0)428 177638 with any questions or concerns.