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Statistically, floods are the most devastating natural disasters.

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Surviving a Wildfire

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Snow and Ice Survival

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Flood Survival

Statistically, floods are the most devastating natural disasters.

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  • June 30, 2014

    Survival Skills: Build a Cage Fish Trap - 1

    Fish traps offer the fisherman many of the same rewards that terrestrial traps offer the hunter. Chief among them is the ability to catch something to eat while you’re not around. Given some time, some flexible vines, and a bundle of reeds or tree shoots, you too can build an “automatic fisherman” to bring in fish while you’re busy elsewhere. These traps can be worth a great deal to a starving survivor in a wilderness area. They can also help an angler collect some useful bait fish (where legal to do so). Here’s how to put together a simple fish trap at home. [ Read Full Post ]


  • June 26, 2014

    Survival Skills: How to Build a Survival Kit on a Budget - 3

    As with most consumer goods, the cost of survival gear is creeping upward. But don’t let inflation stop you from being prepared for emergencies — it’s entirely possible to pull together some critical gear on a miniscule budget. Here’s how to build a life-saving survival kit with just $10. [ Read Full Post ]


  • June 25, 2014

    Teach Your Kids These Survival Skills This Summer - 1

    Not sure what to do with the kids this summer? How about teaching them some handy survival skills? If you can educate them in a way that’s fun, it won’t seem like work for them or you. And think about the big picture: You will be providing them with skills that could save their lives someday. Before you pack your summer schedule with useless entertainment, take a look through our list of fun summer survival skills for kids.  

    Grow A Kid’s Garden [ Read Full Post ]


  • June 24, 2014

    How to Mend Your Feet, With Wild Medicine - 1

    Foot injuries and ailments in the field can be crippling. And once your mobility is compromised in the outdoors, you’ve opened the door to all manner of potential downfalls. Luckily, there are plant compounds you can use as field treatments to get back on your feet again. Follow along, and find out four ways to patch up your feet with natural wild remedies. [ Read Full Post ]


  • June 20, 2014

    STARI and 3 Other Tick-Borne Illnesses You Probably Haven't Heard About - 3


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  • June 19, 2014

    Survival Skills: How to Dry and Pickle Wild Edible Plants - 0

    Some of the best wild edible plants are only available for a short window of time. With summer berries and many of the wild vegetables coming into season soon, now is a great time to get set up for the preservation of these free seasonal foods. Two of the easiest methods to preserve your wild harvest are drying and pickling. Here’s how to get started. [ Read Full Post ]


  • June 18, 2014

    Survival Skills: 3 Tricks With Matches - 2

    Talk about a survival story: A full century has passed since the invention of the lighter, yet matches remain a staple in survival kits. Lighters last longer and can resist water better, but there’s something about matches that keeps them in circulation.

    Maybe it’s the fact that they’re plentiful and often can be obtained for no charge from bars, restaurants, and some stores. Or maybe people like matches for nostalgia reasons. Whatever your fixation, here are three match tricks that will give you a boost when you’re down to your last box or book. [ Read Full Post ]


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