Fire is your best friend in a survival situation. Can you start one with bare hands? Here are some methods to practice before SHTF.
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.
Forget about “baby-sitting” your campfire with these five techniques to start a self feeding fire that can last up to 18 hours!
Outdoor aficionado? Here is how to DIY your own paracord survival grenade that can save your life in many SHTF situations.
Winter camping is not for everyone, but if you want to test your winter survival skills, follow these tips and enjoy a unique experience.
Winter time is arguably the hardest in terms of outdoor survival. If you can’t start a fire in the snow, you’ll end up dead.
At one point or another, each of us have fallen victim to every slip-up in the book until we learned our lesson about backpacking.
In winter, it’s still possible to dig through the snow and get to wild edibles. They’re delicious and some of them are packed with carbs.
Remember that frogs are a delicacy when you survive in the wild, and the idea of hunting gives you chills. Here’s what you need to know!
It’s amazing to see how coordinated animals are when they climb. Some of their techniques are remarkable to watch and study for survival.
What will you do when there are no bandages, no medications, and no way to get help? Nature will be by your side to help you.
If you use the wrong knot, or type of rope, it could lead to a disaster. For safety sake, read this article to know what knots and rope materials to use!
Those who have the widest variety of skills and learn or adapt new skills, will survive in a post-SHTF scenario. These are the top 13 skills to learn.
Drowning chokes and kills over 372,000 people each year, being the world’s 3rd biggest cause of unintended death. Could you survive it?
Even if rope and cordage will be out of stock, there are plenty of materials you can use for making it. Here is how to do it!
While Africa may be progressing in terms of technological and green development, there is still much to be said for the older ways.