It is important to know the difference between survival items that you definitely need and those that aren’t a priority.
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.
#10 cans are large metal cans that are ideal for food storage. They are pronounced “10-pound can” rather than “number 10 can.”
Rocket stoves are named for the roaring noise they make as fuel is burned. Here 11 DIY rocket stove plans to try out.
The acronym TEOTWAWKI stands for ‘the end of the world as we know it.” It is used in writing as a symbol that the world will forever change.
What defines a successful survival torch is its ability to burn for a sustained period of time. Here’s how to make one.
Ranger bands are one of those versatile items you’ll want to include with your survival kits and supplies. Here are 30 ways to use them.
Use this list of prepper supplies to figure out what you’ll need if a long-term disaster strikes in your area.
No matter your situation, you want to be prepared with a non-lethal weapon for self-defense. Here are the best options.
The idea of societal collapse may seem unimaginable, but let’s look at the three most likely ways the U.S. could collapse in the near future.