7 Survival Uses For Cattails

If you’re lost the wild and you have some cattails you’ve covered four out of five essential survival items: food, water, shelter, fire.

How To DIY An Expensive Water Filter On A Budget

Here is how to DIY your own “expensive” water filter on a budget to transform water from various sources into clean, potable water.

DIY Projects: 4 Ways To Build An Alcohol Stove

Discovering how to make a light, compact, effective, fire stove can save your life one day. Here is how to DIY you own alcohol stove!

14 Survival Uses For Lip Balm

Lip balm is not just for protecting one’s lips. From starting a fire, to protecting your skin, here is how you can use it for survival,

How To DIY An Emergency Water Bag

Without water, you’ll die. That’s why hydration packs were invented. You don’t have to spend a fortune on one, you can DIY your own.

Best Ideas On Growing A Garden In 5 Gallon Buckets

You don’t need a huge backyard to grow your own food. Start growing your own garden with these 5 gallon buckets DIY simple projects.

How To Make A 5 Gallon Bucket Survival Kit

What does a 5-gallon bucket and survival have in common? You can build a practical, easy to carry 5-gallon bucket survival kit. Here’s how!

How To Recover Gold And Silver From Scrap

When the value of money goes down, things such food and gold go up in value. Learn how to recover precious metals from electronics.

How To Build A Privacy Fence

A properly built privacy fence increases your safety, security, privacy and is a great home improvement project. Here is how to DIY one!

Surviving Off-grid: Hot Water From Your Wood Stove

In an event of a grid-down situation, it would be nice to have hot water. Here is how to use your wood stove to heat water.

DIY Hot Tub For Your Off-grid Hygiene

When it comes to off-grid survival, personal hygiene is a true challenge, unless you learn how to build your own DIY hot tub.

Emergency Fire-starter: Start A Fire With Bare Hands

Fire is your best friend in a survival situation. Can you start one with bare hands? Here are some methods to practice before SHTF.

3 Steps To Start A Fire When Everything Is Wet

Just because you can make a fire it doesn’t mean you can start one in wet conditions, and then is when you need a fire the most.

How To Build Your Best Camouflage

Wearing the right type of camouflage in the right setting can make you almost impossible to spot in a survival situation.

Wilderness Survival: 5 Self Feeding Campfires

Forget about “baby-sitting” your campfire with these five techniques to start a self feeding fire that can last up to 18 hours!

6 Ways To DIY Emergency Firestarter Kits

Starting a fire with a lemon? Yes, it’s possible! Here are 6 amazing emergency fire starter kits you can do it yourself before SHTF.