Here are some ways to come up with cash to buy survival gear, plus some high-value/low-cost preps.
Have a disaster communication plan ready in case an emergency cuts off your ability to contact your loved ones by phone.
Fish traps may be as old as fishing itself, and can prove vital during a survival situation. Here are two ways to use a fish funnel trap.
Lyme disease is a threat to pets as well. The Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC) predicts a worse than normal tick and Lyme disease season.
The strategy behind growing a survival garden differs from that of growing a standard vegetable garden. Sure, tomatoes, peppers, and herbs taste great, but they are all low in calories. A savvy survival gardener will grow a diverse assortment of high-calorie food crops.
A man was found dead in his climbing harness. He was apparently attacked by bees while rock climbing.
Last week, I had the pleasure of being a guest in the home of a truly fascinating person and a master at his craft. Rod Morey is a locally renowned herbalist and knife maker in the Virginia panhandle, and he was gracious enough to spend a day with me to share some of his wild medicinal plant secrets.
If you are fortunate enough to live within the native range of birch trees, then you have a lot of interesting survival options at your disposal. Birch can provide you with firewood and containers; and the right species of birch can even be turned into a tea and sweetener.
Our survival blogger Tim MacWelch rounds up the top 15 shelters for wilderness emergencies. Find out how to build them and when to use each design.
When you think about bow fishing, you might naturally jump to the idea of shooting harpoon-tipped arrows attached to a reel of line. Sure, that’s how most folks do it, but there’s another fish bow out there. This one isn’t for arrows, but in fact, it’s an improvised spool to store your fishing line.
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