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Survival Skills

Before you end up growing a sustainable garden or establishing a bartering system with other survivalists, you must survive the first week on your

Dreaming about your off-grid life might provide you with a nice escape from your office cubicle, it won’t help you get any further towards

Emergency preparedness is not a hobby, and it’s not a seasonal activity, but a lifestyle that we choose to have and that will

Prepping can get a bit complicated, with all of the specialized gear on the market. Survival doesn’t require all these items, even though they

It's been 32 days since America's grid has collapsed. No one knows how long 'til they get the power flowing again. Lone thugs hit

Building various types of campfires may not be required if you’re once a year camping enthusiast. But learning how to build campfires will make

Every year, millions of Americans choose to leave the concrete jungle behind and go on an adventure to discover and explore the great outdoors.

Our forefathers were prepared to deal with worst-case scenarios with the minimum amount of resources, totally independent from electricity, cars or technology.

No one wants to get trapped in a forest, deserted island, or snow, but it pays to know the necessary skills and techniques to

Using wildfires for slash and burn agriculture would allow you to clear a vast swathe of land pretty quickly, thus making it suitable for

The life of an urban prepper is complicated because they struggle much more than the rest of us. For some, bugging out will be

Destroying sensitive documents that are no longer needed reduces the risk that the information they contain will be compromised. It also frees up space.

Risks arise from the overwhelming summer heat and are often ignored, but the risks these fun-filled summer months might carry are essential to be

Where are you on the road to privacy? Maybe you haven’t gone far at all and still have a ton of information out there.

Starting a fire in the wilderness is hard; much harder than starting one in your fireplace at home. It becomes worse, when you’re dealing