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Survival Skills

From plumbing to managing wounds or resolving boredom issues, these iconic items parents teach their kids vary from home to home and from family

A lot of preppers from our community have sent us e-mails asking for advice on what is the best survival gear they can acquire,

When you invite your friends, it gets them involved in the most important thing everyone can do next to voting: actually taking part, investigating,

The biggest advantage of being part of a survival team comes when a disaster strikes and you have to activate the team. Working together

The common approach to any survival scenario is to assess your situation, and the first step is to acknowledge you’re lost; stop and think

Proenneke learned how to become part of nature, something that modern life has insulated us from. He wanted to understand nature and learn from

If you’re just getting started in prepping, you’re probably a bit overwhelmed. Don’t worry, we all feel that way at the beginning. There’s too

Children, by their very nature, aren’t planners. They don’t think about tomorrow, or even ten minutes from now, unless their parents have promised to

It is time for us to take a good look at a comparative study of both the past and present survival tactics and weapons.

Feeding on one's emotions during a SHTF situation will always lead to poor decision making, and in a survival scenario, this is very dangerous.

If you want to find the roots of the modern prepping movement, you need look no further than former Congressman and scientist Roscoe Bartlett.

Statistically speaking, prepping families only make up one to two percent of our population. But if we break it down by individuals, we’ll probably

Earth and sky, woods and fields, lakes and rivers, the mountain and the sea, are excellent schoolmasters, and teach some of us more than

You are not a prepper just because you have the gears and gadgets for survival. Even buying that E-book for off-grid living and subscribing

About a year back I picked up a copy of The Lost Ways, by Claude Davis. I was intrigued by the idea behind it,