There are certain skills that seem essential for surviving a catastrophic event, but these are a little surprising!
Here are 5 Spring projects preppers can do to get their homes fortified and preparedness ready.
Reloading will teach you skills that you will be able to more readily adapt ammunition and supplies and tailor make it for your survival needs.
Aside from using wood stoves to stay warm and cook food on, here are 10 tips you never knew on how to get the most out of your wood stove.
Even the most harmless looking scenario can turn into a full-blown problem at any moment. These 7 tips can prevent you from dropping your guard in a life-threatening scenario.
With these materials, you’ll be able to make a forge for yourself. Why? So you can fabricate items made of metal, repair things, and obtain heat where a higher heat than just a standard fire is required.
Surviving the wilderness in the bitter cold is not for the faint of heart. These basic winter survival shelters will insulate and protect you from the harsh elements outside.
In a SHTF scenario, you will probably not be able to visit HappyFitness Gym, but you still have a need to exercise.
Pemmican is the original survival superfood. Check out this step-by-step guide on how to make it and get your pantry stocked.
Hunting for food may become a necessary part of survival and having the right rifle would be beneficial. Hunting enthusiast and Ready Nutrition writer Jeremiah Johnson makes a recommendation that could take your hunt to the next level.
Knives can be very crucial tools when the need arises, sometimes being critical to stay alive. Find out which ones are the preferred models for serious preppers.
Hunting is not a step backward: it is a big step back toward reclaiming the heritage that is ours – yours and mine – of when Americans were not only socially conscious but self-sufficient.