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Survival Tips

Build Your Own Wind Powered Water Pump

One of the most important jobs when you’re growing your own food is ensuring that your garden is getting an adequate supply of water. If you are in a situation that requires you to grow a lot of your own food, keeping the garden watered by hand can be a time-consuming job.
Following an economic collapse... Read More

How to Survive with Nothing But a Knife

As humans, we want to be prepared as much as we can and have the necessary equipment to do so. Learning how to survive with a knife is an important factor for survival. Successfully surviving on our own takes both knowledge and experience, and if you know how to effectively use a knife, surviving with nothing... Read More

A Campfire for Every Occasion

Summer is prime time for camping, and camping means building fires to cook food, stay warm, and let’s be honest, continue in the quest to roast the perfect marshmallow. We’ve talked about how to start a fire, but actually putting the logs together and building a fire is a different story.
You can build a fire... Read More

Preparing for a Hurricane

Hurricanes are a common occurrence along the coastlines of the United States each year. Some years have more hurricanes than normal, some years have less. And some years have can have strong, powerful storms that cause a lot of damage. You never know what the hurricane season will hold, so it is best to know... Read More

Make a Soda Can Stove

Imagine that you are in a winter storm blackout and all you have is your six pack of soda to get you through the emergency. This article will teach you how to take your favorite soda and make it become an awesome survival soda can stove! Follow the instructions below to see how you can do... Read More

10 Things to Do with 10 Feet of Paracord

Paracord is a useful type of rope made from nylon. It is known for being a strong utility rope, making it useful in survival situations. Many people associate paracord with survival bracelets or belts that can be unraveled and used in various situations. But few people have heard of a paracord grenade.
The paracord grenade is... Read More

Getting Your Yard Through a Drought

Droughts have been a common theme in our environment throughout history. Droughts occur when the demand for water exceeds the amount available. It is often due to changing weather patterns. Droughts can last for long periods of time and can come on quickly.
However, you can reduce your impact on a drought by decreasing the demand... Read More

What Does It Mean to “Shelter in Place”?

As you work on you emergency preparedness it is important to understand the new vocabulary. Terms that you hear quite a bit are “Shelter in Place” and “Grab and Go." It is important to make sure you have emergency supplies that allow you to do both.
Depending on the disaster and depending on the circumstances... Read More

Make Your Own Fish Cage Trap

Fish traps are as old as humans themselves. They date back to pre-historic hunter gatherer groups, and like many primitive tools, remain perfectly useful to this day.
A stout fish trap offers a fisherman many similar advantages that land-based traps offer hunters. The main advantage of a fish trap is that it allows you to... Read More

Finding and Buying a Homestead

There's a lot to consider when you’re looking to start homesteading. Fortunately, there are a lot of great resources out there. Books such as Homesteading: A Backyard Guide and Back to Basics: A Complete Guide to Traditional Skills are both great places to start. In this article, I’ll discuss some of the first things you... Read More

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