How to Secure the Best Trees For Fire, Shelter in the Wilderness
Finding the right trees to improve your camp is easier said than done, but these guidelines will help get the fire burning!
Putting Up Fur: Don’t Let Anything Go to Waste
Putting up fur is an art and a legacy for some. It’s hard work, but it’s quite rewarding when your fur is finished out and brings top dollar.
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Homeland Horrors: Terrorism Survival and Preparedness Tips
Terrorism on American soil is a very real situation and one that needs to be taken seriously by all. Here are some tips to help you save lives and reduce...
The Best Campsite Might Not Be a Campsite At All
Sometimes, when choosing the best campsite, it is a good idea to leave the trail and find your own campsite away from the crowds and noise.
Knowing the Difference Between a Venomous and Non-Venomous Snake
Some snakes can kill you, while others might just leave a nasty bite. Knowing the difference between venomous snakes and non-venomous ones is important.
Pocket Self-Defense: Protect Yourself with Everyday Carry Items
Maybe your first line of self-defense (a handgun) isn't available, so you'll have to improvise with what you have on hand with these everyday carry weapons.
Surviving the Trail: Lessons from Wagon Train Pioneers
The wagon train pioneers that crossed the continent in search of a new life, did so under the stress of great peril. We can learn from this.
The Many Uses of Birch Bark for Survival and Hunting
Birch bark played an important role in early Native American tribes and today it can still be beneficial as a tool for survival and in various other ways.
Snakebite! A Few Common-Sense Reactions On-the-Spot First Aid
The venom from snakes can vary: hemotoxins affect the cardiovascular system; Neurotoxins attack the nervous system; and Cytotoxins affect the bite area.