Navigation, Family Practices for Security, Experience, and Fun What if you had that one essential prepper/survival related item with you at all times that not only gave you security and peace of mind but was also family friendly, educational, entertaining, and fun? We all practice self-reliance in one form or another to some extent in […]
Video By T Jack Survival Please support their channel by subscribing here Transcription provided by American Preppers Network Number of speakers: (Tyler, Mikhail & Emberlit) Duration: 19 min 11 sec Tips on Making Char Stuff with Mikhail from EmberLit Tyler: “Hey this is Tyler with T Jack Survival and I am here at the preparedness […]
As global warming begins to increase across the world, some areas are likely to see a rise in fires. Even for places that are not affected by this change in temperature, having a plan in place in the event of a fire is imperative. Both homes and business places are wise to plan ahead in […]
Recently I was informed that a very high percentage of young children do not wake up to the high pitch noise of a fire alarm/smoke detector. I was shocked so I started researching about this and thought I would share my findings with you. This is what Today News results were: We watched them on […]
Comprehensive lists for necessary items to store when Bugging In your home, during an emergency!
We all want to feel safe in our homes. We don’t like to think about disasters happening to us. We hope that they never will, but being prepared will help if they do. The best way to handle a disaster is to have a plan in place. Being prepared gives your family an advantage in […]
Sept.18,2014: More than 2,000 homes and up to 1,500 other smaller structures are threatened by wild fires that are spreading out of control near Sacramento California. With 2,500 brave firefighters involved, the fire has already consumed 44 square miles of trees and brush and is just 5 % contained. Most of the homes in danger […]
One area of interest that is almost completely ignored by preppers is the role of fire in nature. This tool is largely ignored for it’s potential benefit, and only acknowledged when “wild” fire becomes a threat. Prescribed burning On the nightly news you hear a pattern each year with a small space of time […]
On a recent winter camp outing we had the opportunity to test three different types of “rocket stoves” under winter cold and wet conditions. Rocket stoves offer big advantages over campfires and traditional camping stoves in many ways. While some of these stoves are a bit more bulky and heavy than the compact camping stoves […]
Written by: Naomi Broderick Nature has a way of making an entrance, sometimes announced and sometimes without so much as a whisper of her arrival. That’s why when push comes to shove, it’s good to know you’ve done everything you can to protect yourself, your family and your belongings. We probably will never be able […]
A guide to felling trees and chopping wood for those of us with little to no experience. Great for cleaning up trees after a storm!
What would happen if you went snowmobiling, broke down, and forgot your survival pack? This article gives great advice on how to use your snowmobile to start a fire.