Skill and experience in matters relating to the woods, as hunting, fishing, or camping.(noun)
The act, process, or art of carving or fashioning objects from wood.(noun)
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Use "woodcraft" in a sentence
"This man from the West, cunning in woodcraft and plainscraft, with eyes and ears open, tense and suspicious, did not know that under the table, close to her foot, was the push button of an electric bell."
"[Page 148] prowess, his skill in woodcraft and water lore."
"The word "woodcraft" simply means skill in anything which pertains to the woods."