12 Lifesaving Survival Knots You Need to Know Now
he art tying functional knots has been around forever, as survival knots can be an expression of both personal artwork and a necessary lifesaving skill.
5 Tips for Building your Own Prepared Community
It takes work, consistency, and dedication, but a you and your neighbors can realize your own prepared community with these five tips.
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12 Bad Prepper Strategies That Could Get You Killed
Daisy Luther of TheOrganicPrepper.ca details 12 prepper strategies that could easily backfire in the event of an emergency.
Canning 101: Easy Steps to Keep Your Pantry Packed With Fresh Foods
As more grocery stores offered the convenience of canned goods at reasonable prices, home canning was thought to be a dying art, but it has been making a strong comeback.
Ethnobotanist Christopher Nyerges: Guide to Wild Foods and Useful Plants
Finally, in the spring of 2014, Guide to Wild Foods was released in full color, which is perhaps the ultimate format we’d dreamed about in the mid-1970s when the idea...
Build a Safe Home to Keep Your Family Secure and Cheat Destruction
Far too many people new to living the preparedness lifestyle think that the modern home designed for survival has to be a remote fortified mountain man’s lair that looks like...
Deadly Air: Prepping for the Dangers of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
Although carbon monoxide poisoning is preventable, many people don’t realize the things they do every day that may put them at risk
DIY Maple Syrup, a Simple Guide to Making Your Own
Making maple syrup can be done on a small scale, and one taste of your own maple syrup (hot off the stove) may be enough to get you hooked
Feel the Burn: Keeping Your Wood Pile High Throughout the Winter
Although heating by wood fire is the original method of fending off winter chill, it seems many would-be enthusiasts don’t know all of what it may entail