If you have to bug out in an emergency, you can’t count on good weather. You may have to build a fire in the snow. Here’s how to do it.
These emergency skills will be very valuable during a disaster or a long-term grid-down scenario. Practice them while you still can.
A self-feeding fire is exactly that. A fire that manages to feed itself due to its construction and design. Here’s how to make one.
In a wilderness survival scenario, you’ll need to find some natural weapons for hunting or self defense. Here’s how.
A ferrocerium rod, or ferro rod for short, is composed of rare earth metals that create sparks when rubbed together. Here’s how to use one.
If you’re a prepper, here’s a list of 20 hobbies that will improve your survival skills. You’ll find each of them to be very fulfilling.
Our primitive ancestors didn’t have clocks or cell phones, but they knew how to tell time, Here are the methods they used.
The fastest way to learn survival schools is with hands-on training. For that, you’ll need to visit one of these survival schools.
Starting a fire without lighters or matches takes time, the right materials, and in some cases, a fair amount of physical exertion.
During a disaster, you don’t want to draw unwanted attention. Here’s how to build a stealth fire pit that won’t be seen from a distance.