Following a disaster, a landline phone is often more reliable than a cell phone, and that’s just one reason every prepper should get one.
It’s called the trucker’s hitch knot because it’s still used by truckers around the world to tie down loads on their trucks and trailers.
In case the stores run out of yeast or you’re living off the grid, here are step-by-step instructions on how to make homemade yeast.
What defines a successful survival torch is its ability to burn for a sustained period of time. Here’s how to make one.
Use this list of prepper supplies to figure out what you’ll need if a long-term disaster strikes in your area.
A butterfly bandage looks like its name. It consists of two wings of adhesive tape with a thin band in the middle.
A car battery can do more than start a car. Here’s how to combine several into a survival power bank that operates power tools and devices.
A safe room is a location in your home that you can retreat to in case of a threat. Here’s what you need to know before building one.
Although most people don’t realize it, the threat of nuclear war is greater than ever. Here’s what you’ll need to survive.
There are many opinions about peak oil, ranging from the dawn of a utopian green society to the apocalyptic end of civilization.