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Best Fuels For Off-Grid Survival

Best Fuels For Off-Grid Survival

🕔12:35, 28.Jul 2016

If you know what you’re doing it’s not hard to take yourself off the grid in many ways. Growing your own food just takes some land – it doesn’t have to be all that much – and a bit of work.

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79 Edible Flowers in North America (with Pictures)

79 Edible Flowers in North America (with Pictures)

🕔08:52, 8.Jun 2016

You’ll be totally surprised to find out that many of the flowers that you have around your house are not only beautiful but very tasty. Flowers are an untapped source of nutrients that have been used for centuries in kitchens around the

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Personal Locator Beacon: A Must Have Item For Survivalists

Personal Locator Beacon: A Must Have Item For Survivalists

🕔06:53, 1.Jun 2016

It seems that every year I see one or more stories on the evening news and on the Web about someone who has ventured into the wilderness for recreational purposes but ends up becoming incapacitated due to an injury or

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My Personal Survival Kit

My Personal Survival Kit

🕔08:21, 25.May 2016

As an avid hiker, camper, hunter, and fisherman, I have become very adept at noting and remembering any unusual features of the terrain I am traveling in for use as navigational aids. However, even with my extensive experience traveling in

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The Top 5 .22 LR Survival Rifles

The Top 5 .22 LR Survival Rifles

🕔10:43, 19.May 2016

Most knowledgeable wilderness survivalists will tell you that although you can only survive about three days without water, you can survive for numerous days and even weeks without food provided that you are conservative with what energy you have. However,

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How to Turn a 5 Gallon Bucket into a Solar Still

How to Turn a 5 Gallon Bucket into a Solar Still

🕔05:34, 4.Apr 2016

By Blake Alma In this day and age, we have plumbing and faucets. We have our own water bills and water heaters. We also have our own water pipelines which connects with the city’s or county’s pipeline. We drink our

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How to Get Your Wife and Kids Involved in Prepping

How to Get Your Wife and Kids Involved in Prepping

🕔10:29, 31.Mar 2016

In order for prepping to be most effective, it has to have full family participation. Every member of the family has to know where certain things are stored, how to access them when needed, and how to use them properly.

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Prepping for Disabled and Elderly Populations (part I)

Prepping for Disabled and Elderly Populations (part I)

🕔05:53, 30.Mar 2016

by Russ Fuller The information contained in this series is for informational purposes only. A medical professional should be consulted before taking any actions. It should also be noted that due to the varying levels of knowledge among preppers, this series

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Tools The Early Pioneers Used on A Daily Basis

Tools The Early Pioneers Used on A Daily Basis

🕔12:30, 28.Mar 2016

Setting out for the frontier in the 19th century was nothing like moving to a new city today. You weren’t moving to a place with a fully developed infrastructure, where you could easily get your hands on all the essentials

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Surviving Poverty: How To Live In A Van

Surviving Poverty: How To Live In A Van

🕔12:26, 24.Mar 2016

By Joshua Krause – This article first appeared on Ready Nutrition There have been a few news stories floating around over the past few weeks with a common theme. In San Francisco, a city with some of the highest rental costs in the

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Storing Water for When Disaster Happens

Storing Water for When Disaster Happens

🕔12:31, 14.Mar 2016

Water is essential for life and there are many situations where clean water is not available. If you’re lucky, you can last maybe 3 – 5 days without water. If you loose 10% of your bodily fluid you are at risk

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Finding Shelter in the Wild

Finding Shelter in the Wild

🕔09:01, 2.Mar 2016

It’s easy to get confused about priorities. We do it all the time. But getting confused about priorities in a survival situation could have lasting consequences. It’s not all that easy to recover from death. So, if you’re ever caught

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Emergency Care For Gunshot Wounds

Emergency Care For Gunshot Wounds

🕔12:46, 4.Feb 2016

A gun is the most effective and easily available weapon, so in a disaster scenario, it’s obvious that gunshot wounds pretty frequent. Some types of gunshot wounds can even be healed with home resources, but most of them need to

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Old School Common Sense Survival Tricks

Old School Common Sense Survival Tricks

🕔10:20, 3.Feb 2016

by Pat Bellew I always find it interesting that so many of the things, so many of the skills, and so many attitudes that are attributed to a “Crazy Prepper” mentality these days, were just a matter of course a

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15 Lost Survival Tips From The Cowboys Who Wandered The West – With Illustrations

15 Lost Survival Tips From The Cowboys Who Wandered The West – With Illustrations

🕔13:03, 12.Jan 2016

This is an awesome article that I wrote for Survivopedia. And although not all of them are survival skills, I hope you’ll like them. Let’s just take a short break from our modern lives and take a look back at how

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