Knowing how to store food for the long term is a key component of preparedness. In this article you will learn about using Mylar bags for food storage.
Prepping and Survival Basics: These are the articles you will want to keep for your survival library
When it comes to bushcraft you need a reliable knife. Knives are truly one of the most versatile and useful tools. Some of you may have read my other knife … Read More
These days crime is rampant and if SHTF or a disruptive event occurs, it will get worse. Here are 20 crime prevention secrets for preppers. We need to know this!
Water filtration is one of the most if not the most important part of any survival plan. You can do for a while without a lot of things but water … Read More
A preparedness test will help you assess how well you are doing in meeting your prepping goals. Take the test and download a free preparedness manual.
One of the basics of survival is having the ability to cut and chop wood. It is wood that will fuel the fires that keep us warm, boil our water, and cook our food. It seems simple enough, right? Grab your tool of choice, head outdoors and chop away. Alas, if it were only that easy. How many times have you gone to the garage or outdoors to the shed, only to be perplexed when it comes to choosing the best tool for cutting or chopping wood? Been there done that.
For this article I have reached out to experienced outdoorsman, Cody Assmann, to share his knowledge with those of us that have yet to select the perfect tool to meet our needs.
Every once in a while, it is important to take a back seat to the process of prepping and do a little planning. This often means going back to the beginning and re-evaluating the original plan – if you had one, that is. Here are six questions both new and experienced preppers need to ask and answer. That said, there are no wrong answers. Are you up for the challenge?
When it comes to food storage, we all make mistakes. Here are 15 common mistakes to learn from and help you move forward in becoming better prepared.
It is easy to get caught up in prepping without considering the devastating consequences of a house fire. Not only could you lose your home, but also all of your belongings and your precious preps. Here are a number of steps you can take now to identify hazards and mitigate the possibility of a house fire.
What are desiccants and how are they used? This article describes the differences between various desiccants and also provides instructions for making your own desiccant packets using common, readily available materials.
Do you have what it takes to be an amazing and awesome prepper? Here are 23 ways that will take you there and guess what? It is not as difficult as you think!
When it comes to lighters, Zippos, and lighter fuel in general, there is a lot of misinformation to be found on the Internet. Learn about lighters plus the various types of lighter fuels that are available. Hint: there are alternatives to Zippo lighter fuel!