Before you answer this post’s title question, think back carefully. If you’ve ever tasted tree sap that was dripping from a maple, birch, sycamore, or hickory then technically you’ve drunk from a wooden water filter.
There are many different plant materials in that wild that you can use as tinder to turn a spark into a crackling fire. Here's what to look for.
At 2 pounds 2 ounces, the StatGear Auto Survival Kit is a great addition to have in your car.
Winter is a lean month. So if you have to survive in the winter wilderness, look for these top foods.
Improve your fire building skills in these three areas and you'll have a roaring flame in no time.
The beer bottle has the potential to last for centuries — and the potential to help us survive an emergency.
From bugging in to getting out of Dodge, your pets need protection and provisions. Here’s are a few things to keep in mind.
You could pay $60 to $100 for a titanium backpacking wood stove, or you can make one out of a bean can for nothing.
Not all spark rods are equal. The Aurora 2SA Fire Starter is right up there with the best currently available on the market.
A white-out storm during a hunt or a vehicle stuck in a snow drift can often lead to a deadly serious situation. But, strangely, that same snow is a versatile and useful substance that can help to get you out of trouble. Here are my ten favorite ways to use snow for survival purposes.
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