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How to find water in the wild
Being able to find water in those situations can be the difference between life and death. If you’re resourceful and know where to look, you can find water in almost any environment on Earth...
Practice What You Preach: Changing your lifestyle to match your prepping.
I look around in my home and see all the prepping stuff I have accumulated over the years and realize that most of it is not very necessary but nice to have. I have let getting gear and food take the place of honing my skills and putting in "Dirt Time" practising them. This is about to change for me...
The Many Bushcraft Uses for Birch & How to Make Birch Tree Oil
The Birch tree has many medicinal and practical uses...
Bushcraft--Central Texas Style--Natural Insulation
One of the unique characteristics of Spanish moss is that it has the ability to act as a natural form of insulation. After being processed (dried), Spanish moss was quite often used to stuff mattresses because the natural insulating properties...
Book Review: A Practical Method To Dig a Survival Snow Cave
Just about every survival manual has some sort of diagram on how to build a snow cave as a shelter. But the reality is that most people don’t have the skill, tools or time to effectively use this technique. This book, “Snow Caves For Fun and Survival,” by Ernest Wilkinson, may help.
Knowledge of Survival
Everyone writes about what you need to survive the end; but no one writes about what you need to know before the end happens. Protection, Water purification, hunting, trapping, cleaning an animal, sewing, soap making, and herbal knowledge are just a few examples of what I consider to be incredibly important to know.
Adaptation to Cold Environments
The human body can do little to adapt to a cold environment. This is in contrast to the body’s ability to adapt and become more efficient when exercising in a hot, humid environment.
Origami Bowl Containers
Containers are essential things, and this origami box/bowl is easy to make and pretty useful. Once you get the hang of it, you can crank these out in a minute or two.
A-Frame Trap Shelter
The A-Frame made from a trap is waterproof and easy to make.
Deep Snow Emergency Shelter
Here is how to make a quick shelter in a tree well in under 10 mins.
Seven Knots you Should Know how to Make
Seven knots that everyone should know how to make.
Soda Can Whiste
DIY: How to make a Soda Can Whistle.
Edible Pine Bark
I will introduce to you another part of the Eastern White Pine that is nutritious and easy to harvest in amounts large enough to be a very significant source of food for you and your companions during an extended survival emergency: its inner bark...
Making Pitch Glue
There are many wilderness survival applications where glue would come in handy for securing objects together. Here is how to make it...
Balsam Fir Pitch
Uses for the balsam fir tree for wilderness survival include a readily available supply of medicines, fire starting aids and fire burning materials, food, and shelter making materials...
Bushcraft Emergency Lighting
In an emergency, adapting is the key to survival. We all fear that there may come a time when our back ups have run out.
Use Your Favorite Plants To Repel Mosquitoes
Spraying smelly bug repellents on the skin to keep mosquitoes away is the worst, and can be dangerous to children and pets.
Homemade Pocket Warmers
Maintaining ideal body heat during the colder months of the year is a vital priority if a person is exposed to freezing temperatures.
Sewing: A Practical Skill
Sewing is an incredible skill. Being able to sew can preserve many different items and generate revenue. Learn It!
7 Things You Need To Know About Bushcraft
An Article Showing 7 Important Things You Need To Know About Bushcraft
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