There are ways you can deal with everything from a small cut to a medical emergency with everyday items you can use for first aid. #urbansurvivalsite #survivalhacks #firstaid #prepping #frugality
Potatoes may be the ultimate urban survival crop. They are rich in carbohydrates, protein, and nucleic acid. #urbansurvivalsite #potatoes #growingpotatoes #gardening #survivalfood
This guide looks at urban survival gardening from start to finish, outlining the preparations, tips, and strategies to consider.
When preparing to grow a survival garden, the number of calories a crop offers is an important consideration. Although veggies like tomatoes and cucumbers are nutritious, they won’t keep you full. That’s why when planning your survival garden, you also want to include lots of high-calorie crops.
In this video, Black Scout Survival makes a gas mask with a bottle, a can, rubber bands, cotton rounds, duct tape, medical tape, and activated charcoal.
A simple and easy way to keep your feet warming in the winter that only costs a few dollars (if that). Watch this video to see how it’s done.
Survivalism isn’t just about gathering supplies. It’s also about making use of everything around you–or on you–in a survival scenario. As you’ll see in this video by Sensible Prepper, even a simple T-shirt has at least a couple dozen survival applications.
Here’s a quick and easy DIY stove tutorial that anyone can do. All you need is a soup can and an old fashioned can punch opener.
In survival and emergency situations, super glue is something you should definitely have on hand. It has many uses and it’s very lightweight.
One item that probably doesn’t come to mind when preparing for a disaster is the lowly safety pin. It turns out, there are many safety pin survival hacks.