Activated carbon has a lot of uses and air and water filtration is on top of them. Here is how to make activated carbon at home.
A survival mindset is the key to survive in any life or death situation, whether this is a natural disaster, or government gone wrong.
Why to attend PrepperCon 2017? Because you have a rare opportunity to meet our expert Cache Valley Prepper and get your EMP survival question answered!
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,
In the aftermath of any crisis, the best defense is not becoming a target. Give nobody a reason to attack you, and you’ll be safer than most people around you!
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.
When it comes to creating the perfect bug out vehicle, there is no question that changing wheels for tracks has some advantages.
Epsom salt is a different beast from what sits on your table, and does everything from cure constipation, to making your kitchen shine.
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!
Amber Van Hecke, 24, stranded near the Grand Canyon for 5 days, survived because she was prepared. Here’s what to learn from her story.
In a world where GPS systems and cell phone trackers make it easier to navigate, people tend to forget how useful maps are. Here are some sources to get your survival maps from!
Finding a good bug out location isn’t easy, and many factors have to be considered before choosing it. More, these factors tend to change as times goes by.
If the Maya could make perfectly good rubber centuries ago, then it may also be possible for preppers to do the same!
Don’t want FEMA to kick your door in in the aftermath of a major disaster? Here is how to correctly flag and tag your own home.
When the value of money goes down, things such food and gold go up in value. Learn how to recover precious metals from electronics.
Whether you’re preparing for a disaster, or you just want to be self-reliant, you don’t need to spend a fortune to start homesteading.