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...
Cowboy Coffee: Don’t Miss the Best Part of the Day
There won’t be a coffee shop barista when staying in the backcountry, so practicing how to make a pot of cowboy coffee will pay off big dividends in camp.
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Mountain Men Food: Favorite Grub on the Go for Trappers and Traders
The new book about foods of the Early American West, written by Mike Moore, has done a great job of researching the writings of early Western explorers to record the...
Feeling Lost Taught One Family Useful Survival Skills
We know that Mother Nature is not always kind and more than once we have utilized our survival skills in order to survive
How to Get a Broadband Rural Internet Connection
Given that so much of our economic activity takes place online, the best solution to getting a quality internet connection might be the DIY path.
Choosing the Right Wood Burning Stove to Stave Off Next Winter’s Chill
Wood-burning stoves don't require electricity, winter deliveries over bad roads, or expensive fossil fuels, just stacks and stacks of firewood.
What Are Your Top 10 Survival Movies? Here Are Ours
Movies about survival and people fighting against the odds are meant to entertain, inform, and make us think about what we would do in those situations.
For Bait or for Money, Get Earthworms to Work for You
Whether you want to raise just enough worms for your own fish bait needs or start a full-time business, raising earthworms is an easy and practical.
10 Common-Sense Tips to Winterize Your Home for Cozy Efficiency
Even though Spring is in session, some parts of the country are still feeling the effects of Winter. It's still not too late to winterize your home.