Whether it’s a wilderness survival situation or an unplanned night in the woods, you need a survival shelter. Here are three easy ones.
If you’re patient, you might score some brand-new or barely used survival items online or at flea markets, thrift stores, and yard sales.
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.
#10 cans are large metal cans that are ideal for food storage. They are pronounced “10-pound can” rather than “number 10 can.”
A butterfly bandage looks like its name. It consists of two wings of adhesive tape with a thin band in the middle.
With just $20 per month, you can build a massive emergency food stockpile by the end of the year. Here’s how to do it.
Building a survival pantry is an essential step for all preppers, but how are you supposed to stock your survival pantry on a tight budget?
This is the ultimate beginner’s guide to preparedness for natural and manmade disasters covering virtually every survival-related topic.
Crisco is a commonly used shortener for baking, but you wouldn’t believe Crisco’s surprising uses when it comes to survival.
Tarps are durable, lightweight, tear-resistant, and easy to pack. What’s more, there are many ways you can set up a shelter with a tarp.