Every new project means learning a new survival skill or practicing an old one. Here are some easy projects you can start right now.
From bugging out to keeping your homestead running, making new wheels and design them from scratch is an important, but overlooked skill.
A tractor is a must-have for every homesteader so make sure you prepare yours for survival so you can use it in a post-crisis world.
People routinely sew together furs and other materials for centuries. Our fathers did it too. Machine sewing makes it easier, even if living off-grid.
As an important element of your homestead, make sure you know how to keep your tractor as safe as possible from EMP related damage.
The right clothing can quite literally be the difference between living and dying if you’re caught outside in bad weather.
Winter presents many challenges but also many lessons as you can practice your survival skills. Here is how to build your snow shelter.
Let’s be serious, who doesn’t need a ladder? Follow the steps in this easy DIY project and build a ladder for your homestead.
Our ancestors used to manufacture tools from animal bones, stones or metal so let’s learn how to make some DIY survival tools from scratch.
A leaky cellar impacts the shelf life of your supplies. Let’s see what you can do to keep your cellar dry and your stockpile safe.
Get your tools, practice your skills! We found 10 ways woodworking can help you earn money and save resources that otherwise would go to waste.
if you’re surrounded day after day by open flames, a fire is an accident waiting to happen. Take these steps to prevent it from happening!
Concrete is a homesteader’s best friend and the ideal choice for building lots of stuff. Here are a few DIY projects to try on!
Making pottery is an old skill. The final step is firing your clay so that it’s durable and, in the case of stoneware, usable for storing food.
While the weather’s still nice, there are plenty of survival projects that you can work on. Just click on the links in the article to check these projects.
Now that you’ve made your pottery wheel, it’s time to try it out.
Don’t worry though; it won’t take you long.