Essential Survival Skills and Tools
Survival Skills: How to scavenge a car for essential survival items to help you survive!
"The Rule of Three" for survival situations. Please visit my Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/...
Wilderness Survival Skills Blog: Tarp Shelters. Post 52 always used this type of tentage for our Philmont treks! Light and easy.
Wilderness Survival Skills Blog: Tarp Shelters
Essential Survival Skills and Tools - Imgur - How to start a fire using water
Basic Survival Skills - The Bug Out Bag Guide
Raise Your Own Goats | DIY Homestead
Car Emergency Preparedness Kit List | Survival Life
i am in love with this! 24 Survival Tips for Living Alone - even if you don't live alone, some of these tips are good to know!
THE SURVIVAL DOCTOR - What to do when help is NOT on the way. - IN AN EMERGENCY: Treating a wound with no access to medical care right now? This is the post to read.
Skin Lacerations: How to Treat a Cut, Scrape, Gash, Stab Wound
Matrix Survival Is Being Developed To Provide Information Obtaining To Urban and Wilderness Survival
HowStuffWorks "Survival Fishing in the Jungle"
How A T-shirt Could Save Your Life In A Disaster - The Homestead Survival - how to turn a t shirt into a dust mask that can save your respiratory system during a disaster that stirs up debris long enough for you to evacuate the area. SHTF
Edible Flowers you can Forage
Edible Flowers you can Forage | The Art of Doing Stuff
Awesome stories. Includes Baby 72 Hr kit, Car emergency kit, family 72 hour kit, home 72 hr kit and tips of the elderly.
Things you need (not in any particular order): -A large piece of plastic(Poncho, Garbage Bag etc. Preferably about 5’x5’ can be smaller.) -A long straw-like drinking tube. (Preferable, but not completely necessary.) -A shovel, hands, a stick, or a stone, anything to dig a small hole. -A small container for the water collection. (Can, water bottle with top cut off, etc.) -A small rock, pebble, stone, a bit of gravel, or sand to weigh the plastic down in the center. -Non Poisonous foliage
Build a Solar Still
72 Hour survival kit items that should be in your house, this list comes directly from FEMA. Keep it in a cabinet in the garage.
Baking bread on the grill...and other great tips on how to feed your family if you don't have power.